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... are common; as I was looking down I could see two pairs of cars parked off to the sides of the roundabout with drivers standing outside exchanging information after a fender bender. If you were to drive around the arc for a minute or two you would almost certainly get into an accident, as it's pretty much inevitable.
Walked down champs elysees. Went into the McDonald's. The McDonald's on the champs Elysee's makes more money annually than ...
... we were taken by the statues, we also visited Rodin's museum where we were lucky enough to see a temporary exhibition which showed how he made his statues. The museum is in two parts - many of his famous works (like The Thinker, the Kiss, the Burghers of Calais) are located in the gardens, whereas smaller pieces of work are located in the mansion where Rodin spent his latter years. His collection includes 6600 sculptures , 8000 drawings, 7000 objets d'art. I tried ...
... we have been eating. The process here is pretty straight forward. However, this store is the **********e to figure out as far as open hours go. Few of these "independents" post their store hours and like most everyone else, adhere to a mid day shut down. The independent store owners have been gracious and understanding, and they let us practice our French - and I think I'll miss them. Later that afternoon, Mark, Melise and the girls arrived. Unloading and getting rid of ...
... pain pills while I described our method for taping Renee's knee with KT tape. I knew I wouldn't be able able to sleep so I took my uke to the village park to play a few tunes. Then I decided to have a glass of wine and update this blog before heading back to the alberge to find my bunk. A wonderful ...
... government had given Gustav 20 years to make his money back before they said they would tear down the tower so he had over 19 years of pure profit making. The view from above was spectacular and although we could have gone right to the very top, the queue to get up was just too long...we decided to head down instead and fine something for lunch. We wandered back to Musee D'Orsay and found a little brasserie called Le Vin de Bellechasse where we had another three course meal. The kids ...