La Quinta Inn & Suites Paris
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... jail. This building was completed in 1890 and was "built to last and last and last" since it is the original building. At one time it was "...one of the finest incarceration facilities in North Texas." It is now being restored and will be used as a museum.
By this time it was after noon so we stopped at the local DQ for a snack. Then it was on to Mount Vernon via some very back roads. But first, we just had to go ...
Next day we walked all day, down the Champs Elyssei and found a lovely café and enjoyed lunch French style.
The highlight was "Moulan Rouge", what a show, the meal was lousy and the seating tight but the show was magnificent, bought the brochure.
Enjoyed the walking tour earlier this morning with a very ...
... and dirt and said dirt turned instantly into mud and little lakes all over the lot. It rained just long enough. The funniest part about the rain is that a woman who came to the first show complained to me about the mud on the lot, saying, "I’ve been coming to this lot for years and I’ve never seen it muddy!". I had nothing to say, so I just smiled and moved onto the next person in line.
Hugo took good care of us today…we ...
... me trying it as casually slipped a chocolate creme brulee on the table, shortly followed by the chef himself (not on the table), who was keen to know what I thought of it. The chilli was a nice touch, I said, but he was quick to correct me that it was actually cayenne powder that gave it a kick. Oscar, who had been sleeping in the car, gratefully devoured my left over steak.
The next morning, I drove a few miles out of town to take Oscar for a walk and ...
... feeding ourselves and the cat. Thank you to all who ordered!
As a northerner, I've learned that I have a very hard time understanding a southern accent. I'm sure I'm just as hard to understand at times too, but I've definitely noticed it at work. I avoid answering the phone now because I have to keep asking customers to repeat themselves over and over and over again in order to figure out what they ...