Europe Liege Hotel
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... then went to Le Louvre it didn't seem too busy & I thought all the tales of not being able to see things was an exaggeration until we got to Mona Lise. As you can see from the photo we didn't get too close!! The guide asked what we thought of her eyes & I honestly thought she could have had them shut as far as I was concerned. But no one said too much. It really is quite an extraordinary place. The pieces of art were amazing! We then had lunch at a cafe ...
... I’m super excited to meet my cousin and his family and spend time in a new area of France!
Personal reflections for myself:
It’s been really interesting how all this traveling affects me. I’ve noticed that I have become much more aware of myself recently, picking up on how little things affect my body, my mind, and my emotions. For example, as wonderful as all of this has ...
... length of the Champs Elysee which I googled later and is 2.6 kms. We took a pit stop and made a baguette on a park bench in amongst those that feel the need to spend a lot of money and double park their expensive cars when they can get away with it.
During our pit stop we also availed ourselves of a visit to the luxury restroom at the going rate of 2E. That was a very indulgent experience. You receive you own freshly cleaned cubicle scented very fragrantly, ...
... t travel how we are any other way! Plus we get to meet people, look at scenery and relax between locations. But their are a few trains you have to pay extra for or are not covered by the pass. The most important ones are high speed trains. These Cost 10 euros per person in the ticket office to reserve your seat, or about 18 on the train if for some reason you forget, or can't make it to the office. ...
... steak and fries) a staple in such places. This gave us the chance to continue talking. The ladies had some Bible questions and thankfully we had the place almost to ourselves because we were inside. The other patrons were out on the sidewalk drinking beer or soft drinks and listening to the band playing in front of the train station across the street, the music festival was underway.
But inside we were able to talk without disturbance about baptism and ...