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i'm sorry it wasn't a good choice, i was disappointed
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... down as you enter and then take your exit of choice. The benefits are numerous. Traffic circles work at an intersection of three streets or even six streets. Collectively its greener since you are not bringing your vehicle to a complete stop. Throughput of cars is quicker as everyone isn’t required to stip. No electricity required. Its less confusing - you don’t need eye contact with other drivers to decide who got to the Stop sign first. If ...
... from the outside world. After paying a visit to "Madame Pee-Pee", we left the gardens via rue Auguste Comte, and hailed the #82 bus back to the Jardins du Trocadero, where the fountains were briefly spouting their cascade of water. On the way back to the apartment, we made a short detour along Blvd. Delessert to reach the Passy metro entrance, then strolled around the quaint Square Alboni and rue des Eaux, where there are many elegant apartment buildings to admire.
... The food was soooo good, byond delicious. He definitely knows the best places to go.
I had tuna tartar that was absolutely amazing. and as my main meal I ordered duck. It was perfectly cooked and in an amazing sauce. Nick started with duck liver and enjoyed tuna for his main meal. I would highly recommend this place (Le Jeroboam).
We picked Charlie up and headed home for the night where ...
... a second. But I guess French people don't shout to each other across the street, because as soon as this nice man got to our side of the street, he said (with that warm and welcoming French accent), "Lina, ma niece?" Oh, how relieved we were. We had been gotten off the plane almost two hours ago and we had already feared for our safety. Going into his and his wife's home was the best thing in the world. We ate croissants, drank REAL milk, and had many conversations in ...