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... you can think of. Not only was he now a French citizen (imminent hatred), he was from somewhere in the Middle East. He clearly took a pay cut to be a cabby outside of Paris solely to escape Americans and look who he finds... Howdy Partner!
The meter started running the minute we stopped him, he sensed something. Now a portion of the story is better and the other is worse because of the fact that I was the lucky soul to sit beside this angry, ...
... we decided to take the metro from Pigalle to Solferino stations, good choice although Lynda did not like the metro one bit. Claustrophobic and too many fare dodgers jumping over barriers. But I did get back to within cooee of home back in the 7th district. A quick bite of Chinese and it was off to bed for us - totally shot for the day. No night life for the Hancy's - we're early to bed - can't hack the pace of ...
... br> The main course was better - Jason had the Lamb and Amy had a Ceasar salad with HUGE slices of parmesan!
Jason met a nice Japanese couple and during dinner, they were remarking on the cool combo salt and pepper shaker (nothing extraordinary for us). The waiter ended up giving it to her and she actually cried she was so happy - who says Parisians are not friendly!!!
Amy's three daily French words were:
Merci- thank you
... final touch. We tried to take a few photos through the large glass windows that surround the dining area, including the Statue of Liberty replica as we rounded the Isle of Swans. After the boat returned to its mooring, we disembarked in a matter of minutes, and began to walk to the end of the island for a close-up view of Lady Liberty. But we'd gorged ourselves so much on the cruise that we soon lost our mojo, deciding to make a U-turn and heading home instead.
... were to sell 'fresh baked bread' perfume then I would definitely buy it and wear it every second of the day. I almost cried when I smelt how delicious the air was. Pure tears of joy. After the emotional bread experience, we walked across the Love Lock Bridge and the three of us 'locked our love' onto what little space there was left. If you don't know what that is, it is worth a Google, mes amis. Karliana and Aleks were most likely thinking of our long and loving future ...