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Well, my first tour is over. And I was blessed. And with the blessing of new friends and cherished experiences comes sadness that it has ended. Not to say I won't see some of them in the future (met up with a friend from my brief Return to Forever tour in DC), this particular experience has finished.
... nurse in both Greensboro and North Carolina. We're chatting away, having a good laugh. We were sitting in the second row and I notice that the lady sitting in front of us keeps kinda turning in her seat listening to our conversation. No biggie. Anyway I fall asleep and wake up to find the lady in front has wedged her arm between the two seats in front and has her hand in my pocket. My first thought was she was trying to steal my wallet. What I quickly realised though was that ...
... Paris-chic, the closest I get to chic is Chico's where I'm a size 2. Secondly, the Parisians want tourists to respect their city by trying to speak and look Parisian.I'm an American who, even after two years of French in high school and four semesters in college can speak only the six required phrases/sentences to survive in Paris: Bonjour Monsieur/Madame/Mademoiselle, s'il vous plait, au revoir, excusez moi, ...
... private tours of the Louvre and Musee D'Orsay. No chocolate tour, but the Louvre and Orsay were on my list and this got us past the long lines and someone who knew the high spots to see.
I contacted the travel agent and selected two of the small group tours she had recommended: a Sunday afternoon wine and food tour of the Marais area and an all-day tour of Giverny and Versailles for Tuesday. I also selected the dinner reservation she made for 58 Tour Eiffel in the ...
... her a while about life, medicine, how much fun understaffed nursing is and what I'm doing out here writing at a Sheetz.
To Marion for the evening in my hammock on the east ridge of Mt. Mitchell. I will be working at mountain gardens with Joe Hollis for the next few days (until Friday) and will scribble later.
I am on part 7 of Gray's Anatomy (Anatomy of the Human Body, Henry Gray, 1918). Knowledgificating myself while dodging the rumble-strips.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center