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... yet. It is rush hour in Paris; everyone is trying to get to work and here we come 25 of us. We must look a sight.
One of the first things William gave us was a kind of radio which you hang around your neck and put the earbud in your ear. The radio is orange and the ear bud is blue. Easy spotting us as tourists.My ears don,t wear earbuds very well, so I am using a headset I brought from home. I don,t wear it right away because I want to ...
... friends with our neighbors at the table next to us; one was a wealthy woman who owns a house overlooking the water in Monaco and the other, a famous (in Europe) singer named Sedrick Hamilton (aka Seddy J). They gave us lots of tips for watching out for pickpockets and which restaurants to visit.
The night ended with us playing gin (where Ashlyn destroyed Tyler) on our balcony and drinking wine we’d purchased back in London at ...
We ended up seeing the fireworks over the Eiffel Tower, again all in each other's arms, just like we had done a week before in Pamplona. Except now I felt much closer to them. I guess traveling through three different cities will do that.
We went out after, had some drinks, and laughed a lot. Just like every night. A beautiful end.
Jack and Brendan decided they would take a cab back to their place, while Scotty and I were close ...
... here. I do, at some point, pass the Pompidou center, but the line outside is quite long, so I just keep walking. I'm dragging my big Canon camera with me the whole day, but just end up taking Instagram photos with my phone. I have no idea why. Laziness? But that is why there will be no photos attached to this, I have none. You'll need to check Facebook or Instagram for those. You'll also have to enjoy quaint photos of narrow alleys and buildings with ...
... and dotted with fountains and statues including a series of French queens. Artists gathered for plein aire instruction in one of the meadow-like clearings that feature statues of deer. All worries and troubles drop away as the substantial greenery soothes the soul.
As a sharp inhale, the forest suddenly opens up to a broad expanse of sky with a grand palace in it. Witness the back yard of a ...