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It is with mixed emotions that I say that this will be my last blog from my Rome escapade! I mentioned it a few months back, but I have finished my contract here Rome and will be moving to Boca Raton, Florida to teach at a private HS there (and live 5min walking distance from beach).
So one of the places on my Europe bucket list, as I am sure is on everyone's list, is a trip to Paris. This was the dream of ...
... jazz artists.
I decided to devote today to him and I began with a noisette (espresso with a little bit of hot milk on top) and a croissant at my corner cafe, Cafe des Anges. I met an old friend there and we talked about Father O'Brien and about how lucky we were to be in Paris in May.
I left there at 1pm and took two Metros to Rue du Bac and walked over to The Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. It is the chapel where ...
... in that spot, but I think he tried to tough it out. Meanwhile I discussed Malaria in Cote d'Ivoire with a pharmacist sitting next to me. It was very interesting to me but maybe not the pharmacist. Our arrival in Abidjan was on time, and entry went smoothly. We had to wait 45 minutes on our shuttle to the Ibis Plateau, but I was just happy to have arrived safely in Africa again. We had dinner at the hotel, and when I went into my room I just collapsed from ...
... descended the Queen’s staircase and visited the apartments of Madame. The funniest part of this was when the audio tour told us that the sitting room/library of Madame Adelaide had "disappeared." How do you lose a room?
After leaving the chateau, we wandered down the garden terraces to lunch. All of the statuary were covered (and frequently roped around the waist, making them resemble hooded prisoners), the fountains were empty, and no flowers ...
... on our first ride in the Disneyland Park. This ride was called 'Big Thunder Mountain', set up as an underground mine in the Wild, Wild West 'FrontierLand', one of the many lands in the overall park which is based on The Wild West theme. This ride was Sarah's favorite ride, as it was fast and unsuspecting, though not too jumpy or upside-down for her not-so-great stomach. 'Big Thunder Mountain' was like a warm up ride for Taylor and Anne-Maree, because afterwards, they ...