Ibis Villepinte Parc Expos
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... travel stories. After breakfast we walked to the Louvre, and courtesy of our museum pass got in within about 10mins thru the security checkpoint. When we saw the huge line of tourists lining up to buy tickets we were thankful to have purchased our two day museum pass. The pass also included two days unlimited bus & train travel & an hour cruise on the Seine. The Louvre is a monument in itself & an architectural wonder even before you begin to explore its ...
... wristbands. And it was a beautiful sunny San Diego day in paris...finally. And I must have walked 5 miles more than that. So we earned our dinner, which was the BEST dinner at our favorite neighborhood spot. Maison du Jardin. Off to Milan by train tomorrow (7 hours). The travel is the only tough part, with the language and unfamiliar procedures, always a challenge. But we are getting it down. XOXO ...
... to the Arc de Triomphe. Now Caz would be in her element as she loves to shop, me on the other hand, it was lovely to walk by point them out and then move on....although I did go into Louis Vuitton and Cath took my photo outside of Cartier. We made it to the Arc de Triomphe and up the stairs to the top for a selfie of course. It is undergoing some renovation work so you can't quite see the full 360 degrees around but ...
... was like "Thanks!" You really got to see them for who they were and even though they were minor to One Tree Hill, it was wonderful just to meet them and learn more.
My final 3 photo shoots were with Bethany, Shantel and Hilarie which was really exciting as I love them all! My first photo was with Bethany. She was really nice but not as friendly or open as the other two girls, but I really enjoyed meeting her. Then I had my photo will Shantel who is so tall and ...
... They come in various sizes, are refrigerated, and ready to heat in an oven once back home. Our only problem: we do not have an oven! So we improvised with a pasta pot, lid, and aluminum foil over low heat. We also did not have the little forks or tongs to extract the snails so we improvised again with toothpicks. They were so good we are going back for more!!
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