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... French Open, featuring 2 Frenchmen playing. After a nap we went back out to see Paris at night. This time by Seine and the Ile Cite. Just amazed at how beautifully designed Paris is, with all the Places and radiating rues and boulevards. Like Washington DC. You can tell a Frenchman designed our capital too. Now, we are unwinding and catching up on home chores and remembering our wonderful journey through Germany and ...
... the 3½ hours.
We landed at just after 12:30am in the morning, and after my baggage appeared I made my way to the taxi area and got a taxi home, arriving at 1:30pm. What a day (actually 2 days) but by crossing the date line I carelessly lost 1!
Normally, when I get home after a trip I stay up, have a glass of wine and potter…not this time. I was exhausted and collapsed into ...
... just ridden one of the top ten fastest coasters in the world, this was NOTHING. Quite relaxing actually! It gives you a nice view of the theme park. I then went into a shop called Build-A-Bear! Yes I got a bear... They stuffed him for me, then dressed him (I picked out a Minnesota Vikings outfit so that we can be matching together when I wear my shirt!) and then I got to officially name him and print out his birth certificate and I got him a "Pawsport" ...
... who played in the Barcelona team. He is quite a celebrity here!
And every time we come to Minneapolis, we cannot skip the visit to the Mall of America , one of the largest shopping malls in the world, which has an amusement park inside, with roller coaster included. Now I know my way around and I love it. This time, the girls were more interested in going shopping than going to the rides.
... visit in these countries along with the opportunity to travel and meet others from around the world. Traveling in general is an amazing experience and teaches you more than you will ever know, the only thing you need is an opportunity and an open mind. To anyone reading this blog, I hope you enjoy what I write and feel free to write any questions you have. If you do not want to ask it in a blog-type, public setting, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.