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... big that in my mind I have been comparing it to doing a cross-country run, and almost got to the point where I though " Nah, I'm not going to do it and that's that. Nobody can force me, so there".
If there is one thing that you learn in 65 years of living it is that sooner or later you've got to face your fears, because putting things off just prolongs the bad feelings. The other thing I've learned is that when you do face ...
... Paris and is operated on a lock system. Really lovely day so instead if sitting in a wine bar Vole Vert that I have been wanting to try. We decided to get some takeaway Mexican food and sit on the canal. I know I know, Mexican in Paris but Tim highly recommended it, freshly made soft tacos with three different meat fillings and and enormous burritos washed down with an icy cold Mexican beer. It was very tasty. Continued on walking down to the canal until ...
... idea what happened... The man was all yelly and rude, pushing us around and refusing to speak English even though he was to other customers. No more eating for us. On the street, people were pushing us, the rain was making people more rude than usual, and our morning was not good. We exchanged Canadian cash for euros and were ripped off $80 compared to the rate we should have received from their advertising...but as soon as ...
... I noticed three ladies standing nearby, so I went over and asked if they were there for the class, they were. The mother & daughter were from Chicago & auntie was from Seattle. Then I saw him in the distance, Chef Patrick!! Was so excited that once again, we would have him as our chef for the entire evening.
Well, I was sort of a smarty pants & knew the routine, but I enjoyed watching Jeff come to life & ...
... most famous sculptural pieces, The Thinker. The garden holds other famous works by Rodin, bringing back memories of art classes in high school.
walking along the Seine we entered the great Palace, mainly to get out of the rain, but also to see art works by Jordan. Onto the Champs Elysee and some shopping, passing by the car showrooms and designer clothing outlets, as well as many cafe's and restaurants. There always seem to be people in them just ...
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