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... not ******** you. The number doesn't call a taxi, it calls the call box your standing at... Thanks for democracy and stupidity.
After about an hour of talking to people and trying to find traffic to possibly wave down a free taxi, we finally find one. After this experience, I realize how lucky I have it that New York City is the closest city to me. This taxi man probably hated Forest Gump, Wagon Wheel, and Ice Cream because he is the furthest thing ...
... was built in only 30 years; unheard of ever. It was completed in the 1200s.
- there are 3,000 sculptures
- there are 42 stained glass panels. The type of color blue they have on the stained glass is only made in Chartres
- they haven,t cleaned it in 300 years. They started cleaning again this year. So most of the CC is dark gray. the cleaned finished parts are a kind of white yellow.
- Malcolm Gadwell has made CC his life work. He is now 80 years ...
... age of 46. His grave monument began as a 20 tonne block of Hopton Wood stone in Derbyshire, England, unveiled to the London press in June 1912. Epstein devised a vast winged figure, a messenger swiftly moving with vertical wings, giving the feeling of forward flight, the conception was purely symbolical, the conception of a poet as a messenger, but many people tried to read into it a portrait of Oscar Wilde. In the original sketches the influences have been linked to the ...
... that they were charging 85 Euros for a club sandwich. In retrospect, we should have realized we were in over our heads because of the La Ferrari, Ferrari FF, Aston Martin Vantage, Rolls Royce Phantom, Bugatti Veryon and Maybach that were sitting out front. The La Ferrari was especially impressive and had drawn a large crowd and paparazzi. We never identified the owner, but a Saudi Prince was robbed in Paris the next day and the Ferrari and Maybach ...
We arrived at our "Paris-sized" hotel room - very nice furnishings, but small... then we decided to head out into town to see the Bastille-Day festivities. What our hotel did not tell us is that a bunch of stops were closed due to the holiday and the parade - made for quite a trek to the Eiffel Tower.
It was actually cool out - not a typical Paris summer - we actually later regretted not bringing sweatshirts!!!
On our way to the Eiffel Tower, we went into ...