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Day 13 - Paris

A travel blog entry by chadspurgeon


... to describe and we couldn't take any photos. There are a few online but they don't do it justice. Our next adventure was a picnic next the Eiffel Tower. We took a walk up Rue Cler, a famous pedestrian street in Paris. Lined with small shops and street cafes, Rue Cler is a beautiful, relaxing way to enjoy the city. For our picnic, we bounced from shop to shop purchasing all the necessary ingredients. We bought a baguette at one ...

Walking day!

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen


... then he is levitated away. Karin will laugh or roll her eyes at that description!! But it was Awesome. But genius or not, he was tough to work for, and did his best work when Karin was there to run the show behind the scenes. In the afternoon Marc went to the polish library to see the Chopin exhibit (a little disappointing), and I walked some more. Marc's daytime tally was 11 miles - he has one ...

Catacombs Part Deux or DUH!

A travel blog entry by bakkernancy


It was hard to drum up enthusiasm for today. It was grey, miserable and raining. I lay around in bed for a bit reading my book before running a bath. When I finally made my way to the kitchen to make breakfast – I was surprised to learn it was 11am oooops where did that day go hehe.

To be honest, I could and probably should have stayed in bed all day. Dave said we should try to attempt the catacombs again so after he managed to push and prod me out the door ...

Kingdom of God & the Role of Holy Spirit

A travel blog entry by frogcbs

... faith. He told us a story about a man that traveled the world and ha so much faith in god that he never bought a plane ticket. God would tell him to go into an airport bathroom, and as soon as he did and then left the bathroom again… he was in the airport where he needed to be! It was so amazing to hear about this!
He had so many stories of not just "teleportation" but of amazing ...

Fancy day

A travel blog entry by camibermudez


... fancy cakes and tea and coffee. We sat and had tea for over two hours. After a delicious afternoon tea we decided to go to the Lourve museum. First the museum was a castle and then it was built over the top as a palace. And then it turned into the worlds biggest museum.there is a saying that says. You could spend your lifetime in the museum and you still wouldn't see all of the art work. We spent a long time at the ancient ...


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