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... I went back to the hostel and had a nap because I was shattered.
I had pretty chilled out afternoon, really didn't do a great deal.
Day two: I went on a boat cruise up the river, it wasn't all that enjoyable because there were a bunch of school children being really loud and acting like school children on a school trip. Need I say more?
That evening, however, was AWESOME!!!!\
It was of ...
... lights all over it and we had prime position. It was definitely worth seeing. Checked out the night markets then went home. We all had the worst nights sleep despite all the luxury of the hotel. I guess we had gotten used to tissue-thin sheets, ****** pillows and smelly doonas in the van.
Today we are flying from Paris to London then off to New York. Another early start which isn't much ...
... to the Palais du Luxembourg. They are a mix of formal gardens with flower beds and grass and large plantings of trees with paths in them. Also passed the University of Paris and a strange building that was quite different to others as it was all made of brick in quite intricate patterns. Back to hotel tocheck in and a much needed freshen up and sort out of stuff. Then set off to have some lunch and find a closer station for tomorrow morning. ...
... life I want to live and what I want to characterize it. You look through a crowd here and wonder what decisions and actions they've made to get them to this moment. It's invigorating, overwhelming, and inspiring to know that I have the whole world to create this life from. It also has me constantly in awe that Jesus has been the author of each of these stories.
Daily I'm also reminded me to take life one step at a time. I was trying to navigate through Amsterdam ...
The grand old Galeries Lafayette is David Jones and Myer in a historical building (so Gav thinks). Hamish and Gav could last only so long, before we decided to do something else. Between dashing to a cafe and then to the Palais Garnier, we did get a little wet.
The irony of it - two men walking around the Palais Garnier - home to the great operas and ballet performances of Paris. Still it was ...