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... the video of the entertainment, a young guy on the keyboards and "the contessa" on vocals...great night. The fact that the young guy thought I looked like George Lucas was interesting....even if George is nudging 70. Restaurant is called Au Port du Salut. Yesterday we did some typical Paris wandering and it was lovely to have very few cars, many streets were closed for the final day of the Tour de France. It was a long day and the ...
... stops until we get off. Because of the rain lots of people were getting on, and the bus was full. We had to stand. Before we reached the first stop, it was clear there was a problem with the bus. It seemed to be leaning to the left, maybe a flat tyre or suspension fault. The driver went slowly to the next stop, where we all got off. The tyre was okay, so maybe an airbag had failed. So everyone stood on the pavement, waiting for the next bus. When ...
... We are never more than a few minutes walk from a metro station and we can get from point to point throughout the city in no time. We checked into our hotel, which is in the Latin Quarter, on the Left Bank of the Seine River. We asked at the desk for a room on the top floor. The helpful and friendly attendant gave us what he said is one of his favorite rooms -- because it has a nice view of Notre Dame Cathedral. I really like our ...
... to sit around and do nothing and I have a feeling that will make me more tired. We shall see.
So I have decided that I hate airplanes in Europe. My ears hurt so much from flying. I think it has to do with the fact that they descend slowly and that's when my ears pop, or more recently just hurt.
On our plane from Oslo to Paris, there was some type of team on the plane. I saw more teams and they ...
... ones with this on the agenda today.
There were people everywhere. Lots of people. Not too many in the Egyptian section we went to first or to the section showing an early wall that was discovered during excavation of the museum itself, but for the Venus de milo and the Mona Lisa there were people everywhere…especially for the latter.
I haven’t been shoved that much since Guns and Roses at Eastern Creek in 1993. There were ...