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... in that spot, but I think he tried to tough it out. Meanwhile I discussed Malaria in Cote d'Ivoire with a pharmacist sitting next to me. It was very interesting to me but maybe not the pharmacist. Our arrival in Abidjan was on time, and entry went smoothly. We had to wait 45 minutes on our shuttle to the Ibis Plateau, but I was just happy to have arrived safely in Africa again. We had dinner at the hotel, and when I went into my room I just collapsed from ...
... on Bible passages and support literature that would help him begin preparing.
I worked in the room and, at lunch, had a long talk with the hotel owner who is having a difficult time keeping the business going. It's a shame because he runs a really nice, inexpensive hotel. The Ebola scare has frightened off almost all visitors and tourists, even though there have been no cases in Togo and the nearest cases are hundreds of miles away. But ...
... br> Last day of our 2nd honeymoon :-( , had time to kill so thought we'd get on the metro again a head back to the Louve cause Gary didn't get enough photos and thought we'd do a spot of last minute shopping.
So easy to fill in 5 hours, back to the hotel to finishing packing and check out by 3pm. We are now sitting in the hotel foyer killing 3 hours before our transfer to the airport and the 18 hour flight ...
... The specialty is hot chocolate and a dessert called Mont Blanc. The inside of Angelina's is very stylish. I ordered the two specialties - Well - I thought the hot chocolate was soooo thick and rich I couldn't drink more than half a cup and my Mont Blanc (recipe apparently a secret) was BLAND! I am starting to think 'specialty' is code for something other than GOOD. Anyway, Bruce enjoyed his mille-feuille and managed the hot ...
... into the side, along with sculptures and buttresses. The huge doors, the French windows. Just like the apartment buildings with Bay windows unequivocally tell you that you’re in San Francisco so to do these giant limestone dwellings with their 1:2 aspect ratio windows tell you that you’re in Paris. .
The people: I gotta say. All things considered, I’m going to miss the Paris Frenchies. Not desperately, but quite a bit. Its been fun observing ...