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It's been an amazing journey…"
Possibly the single most clichéd statement used by any contestant from Australian Idol, Masterchef, The Biggest Loser…etcetera, etcetera over the past ten years. Perhaps it was a way of deflecting the fact that they didn’t win or maybe they couldn’t think of anything else to say in the moment? Although for some contestants what they learnt along the way, the people they met, the things they’d seen and the ...
... turned the world upside-down. We
also saw the Hall of Mirrors which was absolutely gorgeous. Right now we are
headed to the Louvre, I can’t wait!
We went to the Catacombs and it was creepy but cool. And we
went up the Eiffel Tower and it was cool. There was an amazing view. It was
beautiful and you could see all of Paris. We had lots of fun.
... and greet us with Bonjour. It was very hot however fortunately we had a little help with the wind behind us. Refreshment stops along the way keep us going although we need to be mindful of being on narrow roads, so we do tend to be fairly good until we get back to the barge. Must admit the almond croissants are an excellent fuel and somehow there is no guilt factor due to the exercise we are having. As we have been riding through the beautiful countryside ...
... terminal. The ticket agent was polite, but firm that she thought we had too many carryon bags. I explained that we had purchased premium economy and therefore were entitled to three carryon bags, but she insisted that the policy in Morocco was one carry on and one purse. She thought my sisters' smaller duffel was too big to be a purse, although it was the same size as many of the other backpacks and purses that people were using as a purse. Because it had the vase my ...
... quarter. The widely regarded as the most ornate, extravagant bridge in the city built between 1896 and 1900.
Hôtel National des Invalides The Dôme des Invalides, which contains Napoleon I's tomb, is the emblem of the Hôtel National des Invalides opened 1676
The Place de la Concorde is one of the major public squares in Paris, France. Measuring 8.64 hectares in area, it is the largest square in the French capital. It is situated between the Tuileries ...