Citadines Place d'Italie Paris
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Rodney lost his battle with cancer this morning, I talked to Leonard and he is devasted
Rodney you will be missed by all of us, remember your promise to give Larry a big hug and to tell him we love him. We will see you again this is not the end.
I'm glad to know you got to see Leonard with his new car ...
... revealed that he speaks a pretty decent amount of English. When we got to our hotel, we realized that our plan to sneak 4 people into a 2 person room was not going to work, so we had to buy another room. It was a very weird hotel, but I enjoyed its oddities and quirks. The only really sucky part was that we had to give our keys to the guy at the front desk before we left, but the front desk closed at 2 am, and didn't open until 7 am. Our hotel had a curfew!! ...
... down there. She didn't go because she has gone a couple of times before, and it would save money. We were waving at her for 5 minutes, but she didn't notice us. We went to the top and the view was beautiful. Then we went back to the second floor and waved at my mom some more. She didn't notice us, of course. We went to the first floor and waved at my mom, and Lynn whistled. My mom finally looked up and saw us! We went back to the ground and fed the birdies for a few minutes, ...
... and photographs and they had some effective exhibits. However, Alexa found it would be better with more English explainations. We noticed that several museums we've visited had plastic info sheets in various languages for each room. This is a economic, low tech way to improve the approachability of the museum or attraction. Next, we walked down a Paris neighbourhood shopping street called Rue Clar. I found it like a permanent farmer's market. Get your bread in one shop, ...
... sunset. The rain had finally stopped and it was soooo beautiful. A little later we walked over to the St. Michel area for dinner. It was quite a distance but after all the eating and drinking I have been doing I needed a good power walk! We had dinner at one of those touristy little places that specialize in fondue, although we chose the meats that you can cook right at your table on a hot stone. Hope the weather is good tomorrow for my bike ...
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