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... for ventilation in that stuffy, hot room. He came and decided in haste that the window was broken, argued with Mrs. Stonebraker for a little while, and left us in the desert. After Emma Grace, Abbie Stonebraker, and Karen Li played a game of M.A.S.H. Where Abby married Luke, we decided to have Emma Grace and Karen sleep in the bottom bunks which were...tight to put it nicely. Finally, after a long struggle to pack away our luggage, we went to sleep with a 10 hour trip ahead of ...
... to the Arc de Triomphe, which seemed appropriate somehow, and was as spectacular as the photos make it out. We then strolled down the famed Champs Elysee, which was a big disappointment. Crowded, noisy, expensive, and not at all attractive. The restaurants are all outrageously overpriced, and the staff are smarmily rude as we discovered. We did it because you pretty well must on a first visit to Paris, but we have ...
... s a lot of walking and it was a relief when we finally saw the street for our hotel. Paris is a great city for walking other than streets going in all directions and that the street signs are up on the buildings so you have to look for them. Also, some streets change names so you really have to pay attention. But the weather was just perfect today and we saw plenty of sites. Now to find dinner and rest up for another fun filled day!
... have a long wait, but further exploration led us to the realization that there are typically 3-4 entrances open at any time and one contained no line at all. We were quickly on our way up and enjoyed a sunset view from the Eiffel Tower. We were also late enough to see the tower light up and 5 minutes of sparkly lights that turn on at 9:00 pm (and every hour on the hour until 1 am after that). After that it was a quick dinner before turning in after an ...
... not in the cathedral but on the parvis of the cathedral, as Henry IV is Protestant.