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... up the Guggenheim museum. It was an experience, though I won't say that I found it particularly incredible, not my thing to be honest. It was pretty amazing seeing the works of some of the most notable names in the history of art however.
That night we stayed at a mutual friend's apartment which was literally right across the road from the UN, the view was incredible. From the roof you could see the Chrysler building, the new World Trade Centre, and over the river also, ...
... and merci. Finally, having visited Paris ten years ago, I realized that I would have enjoyed the experience much more had I learned more about Paris (arrondissements, history of the country, buildings, churches and food) before arriving in the "City of Light."
It will be interesting to see if I have selected the best advice from all the blogs and websites I've read to pack for this one week. We are finally close ...
... she recommended. I also started researching on the Internet and stumbled upon a private Paris Chocolate Tour offered by Localers (www.localers.com). Then the disappointment as I realized that there were no chocolate tours available for the dates we would be in Paris. Just as I was about to leave the webpage, a chat box popped up and I took the bait! I chatted with someone at Localers for quite a while and by the end of the conversation, I had booked a private Eiffel Tower ...
Dropped by the old Greene street house...They changed the locks.
Met up with Becton at his place and quickly headed down to Fin****n's for some good gospel funk jams at Rock the Block on Trade St. and 6th. Marli is going to St. Andrews and is going to give me a baby elephant. The mermaid brought scones downtown and we immediately began advertising her witchcraft of baked goods to everyone in our proximity. Met up with good Foothills folks..the likes ...
After running around Greensboro getting all of our last-minute work and personal errands accomplished, we pulled out of the driveway at 11:15 am. Our destination: Dulles International Airport to connect to our 8:40 pm flight to Keflavik airport near Reykjavik, the first leg of our trip to Oslo, Norway! Why, you ask? In celebration of Laura's upcoming 50th birthday in September! 28 years ago, a young, bright-eyed college student, left the relative comfort of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility