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... cry this time because I'm so ridiculously over this piece of **** bank. I also have no idea how to access my online account because this bank sucks.
I cried in front of a lady who works at the bank. I'm so frustrated with this process. They told me that my card will work for online purchases tomorrow. They keep saying oh come back tomorrow, tomorrow we can do this. I didn't realize it took three weeks to get a functioning credit in this country. At this rate, I won't ...
... like, oh 5! That was pretty funny. So we played pétanque, the boys did well of course. Mark was pretty good, I was awful. I was also hot, tired, a little sick, and had 2 beers. I took a break with one kid at a time to go back down to the water spritzers. I was so happy we weren't here when it was 90 degrees! That would be miserable I would guess. We walked along the river and headed toward Notre dame. The boys of course whined about that.... We don't want ...
... out that they are in drought. There is certainly no water being put anywhere on the course except parts of the greens. Gettingt a drink and food after golf was a zoo so it was not a terrific experience for us. I was to play with three men tomorrow but Paul has just dropped by and said he will move me. Thank heavens!! Derek now in the gym while I blog and get ready for dinner. ...
... one in 10,000. Not many!! There is a hotel in central Paris that costs (for memory), something like €10,000 a night. Crazy! You have to be careful when crossing the road (or driving on the road for that matter). The cars/drivers are crazy. They think they have right of way all the time. I've been getting the vibe of Paris that it's all either crazy rich and big egos or it's the kind of old feel. It's hard to describe. Something else that's rather foreign ...
... was enough to satisfy me. Mum and Dad didn't have their laptops so they had to stare out the train window but I had my iPad so I played that for half the time. Once we got to Venice train station we payed for a water taxi (a boat) and went to our hotel. We sorted out our clothes and things and went for a walk on the island of Venice where St Marks square is. That was our day. We did a lot of walking and loved the sights.��