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... of art from every corner of the globe. AND both had crowds, swarms, hordes, mobs, masses of tourists everywhere. It drove me a little batty. I spent only about 3 hours in the Louvre which is really a fraction of a fraction of what you could do in that place. But the crowds drove me nuts and I had to get out. Viewing the Mona Lisa was an absolute farce of camera snapping Asians all trying to get their cute faces in a photo with the painting. Because I’m tall, I tried to ...
... its progress. At this point he fortuitously asked if I had a boyfriend. I took advantage of this brilliant escape and said I did, then going on to describe my nonexistent boyfriend in great detail, rushing off to the toilet and then texting him to apologise for leaving as I realised my boyfriend would not be happy with me being out with another man.
I am finishing writing this on the banks of the Seine river. I was planning on going back to ...
... way to Piccadilly, where we meet the twins and watch Hangover 3. Special thanks to the girls for shouting me my ticket and drinks in there :) The movie was great and after it, we went (upon Tiffs request) into M&M World, which had three stories of everything M&M's. Once the girls got their chocolate hit, we dropped our bags off at the hotel and headed out for my birthday dinner at the Aussie "Walkabout" Pub. Here the four of us enjoyed a chicken parmy (something I've ...
... another round of delicious food and wine. Both of us wishing we could kick off our shoes and let the sun heal our bruised soles.
Day number 2. We take a little extra time waking up since we don’t have to be anywhere specific in a flash. One of the best and most underappreciated parts of vacationing I believe. To the Arc de Triumph! Like most of the metro systems in Europe, every major piece of ...
... Galeries is a huge indoor shopping center for high fashion. They have brand names such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Longchamp, and more. The Galeries are 7 stories and continue for the entire block. At this time of year, they are especially beautiful because they are decorated for the holidays. Although we couldn't go in since it was late and closed, we looked at all the decorations from outside.
On Saturday, we were up early to see ...
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