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... of weather. Her name was Amber, she was from Amsterdam and was about 27 years old. She was also a history major so we got along fine. I tried to show off my "history knowledge" trying to assure her that I was an aficionado and that she didn't need to "dumb down" things for me. After she corrected me about 20 times on wrong kings, inaccurate years, and that Dan Brown is not considered historical accurate, ...
... of the 1800's as an entry into a competion for the entrance to the Barcelona World Fair. The design won the competition but when it was learnt that a Frenchman had designed the tower, the people in Barcelona kicked up a fuss and the design was rejected. In it's place Barcelona built a red bricked 'arc de triumph' which is about a quarter of the size of the one in Paris. Obviously Gustof submitted his design when the world fair was coming to Paris and ...
... because we were all having so much fun soon we were on our way back to the hotel, all exhausted. When I got back to the hotel, I had a showers and went to restaurant just outside our hotel. I had a really nice burger and chips for dinner it was really good. After dinner I went back to the hotel to my room and went to bed as I was very ...
... off for the hotel and of course got lost so were sent to the correct hotel by a very friendly guy and finally checked in. This was the fourth hotel we had been to and I was very sweaty however they gave us free breakfast for the inconvenience.
It was with relief that we met Sandra and headed out for dinner in a local restaurant. A very satisfied Anita and Katie tumbled into bed ready for our day in Paris.
... most beautiful stained glass windows. Several girls were able to light candles. The line for the bell tower was too long so we weren't able to walk up. But, we did walk around the perimiter of the church, including a walk along the Seine - it is absolutely beautiful!
At the Louvre, the girls were able to see everything they wanted to. We saw the Mona Lisa, on tiptoe from the back of the crowd. Also, we made a point to see the Venus De Milo. ...