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... previous experience in the streets of Paris (nope, the dog poo is still there) was the presence of the police and soldiers, all of whom had very large guns. We noticed them for the first time when we walked to our apartment, because we were very close to Maison de Radio France. There were always 4 or 5 officers patroling the area. After that, we saw them everywhere - in front of the Musée d'Orsay, circling Notre Dame, and, of ...
... of paintings, statues, porcelains and objects d'art... Saw Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and lots and lots of paintings, and statues... Amazing stuff.. Before we realized it, we had been wandering for four hours... And my feet hurt !!! Still lots unseen, but have had enough 'culture' for one day. Still raining when we left Louvre, so that squashed our idea of walking thru the Latin ...
... putting her new beliefs into practice.
This all finally culminated in her baptism, and a truly new beginning. It was a very happy occasion for everyone, and a wonderful way to end my time in Togo for this trip.
I had a last dinner at Côté Sud, and at 8:30 Pierre and Guy came by to take me to the airport. I checked in two hours before the flight and waited in the lounge until boarding time. The new International Terminal is almost completed; ...
... were once again baffled by the information on the screens and the track numbers, which didn’t match. But after consulting Rick Steves, he said that every train goes back to Paris and to hop on any one, so we did, and were able to get off at the right station.
We again met Terry and Sandra for dinner and tried the Brasserie Aux PTT, a restaurant that Rick Steves said would give you free Kir aperitifs with dinner if you mentioned his name. We did, and it ...
... three daughter was lost to us albeit briefly,during the heavy Sunday crush of tourists and locals who were the steps of the Sacre Coer clogging the steps with people just sitting enjoying the view, it didn't feel like it was 24 years ago that we spent a harrowing 20 minutes searching for our lost 4 year old Thinking the worst yet not able to share our anxiety with the masses as we could not speak French , to finally discover her conversing to ...