Adagio Access Paris La Villette
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... in this context, but we survived (Austin will tell you "barely").
I must start by explaining how the journey originated. My dear friend Austin planned a trip to visit Katey and me over his Thanksgiving break. As we are all tremendous Geneseo Hockey fans (maybe a little too much), we realized that Zachary Vit, one of the best wingers Geneseo has seen in recent years, had just signed with a team in France. Yes, apparently there's hockey in ...
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