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... today were being on the roof of yet another high class department store “Printemps” to
see the rooftops of Paris……so inspiring to me!!! We will return there I think, for longer with
hot chocolate in hand next time!!!
Twilight which seems to go on for about 3 hours….is a very appealing time of the day to me!! As we stood ...
... what was the bridge to better host parties. V stylish. It was just glorious, had fresh flowers set out everywhere, particularly orchids. The gardens themselves were manicured to an inch of their lives. Sadly we didnt have time to go through the maze. Prob just as well...with our penchant for getting lost we'd probably still be there.
Our bus negotiated its way through tiny villages where no one at all seemed to be home. Picturesque and those ...
... an organization (KBS), but we only started becoming friends when we realized we’d be spending the semester together in Paris. Realizing you’ll only have one classmate from home for an entire semester in a foreign city can strongly motivate you to quickly become friends.
Luckily for me, Sam is super sweet, adventurous, and very easy going. Her spontaneity goes well with mine in the fact that we both tend to wing things ...
... World Wars, by people who took them apart, pane by pane, stored them away, and when it was safe they put them back together.
Amy and the kids climbed the narrow spiral staircase, all 387 steps, and had a wonderful view of the city. Meema enjoyed a cup of coffee in a nearby coffeehouse.
Following a rest in the shade and a picnic in a lovely nearby park, the Square Rene-Viviani, built in 1928, from which we would occasionally glance up and say, "Oh, ...
... train and it was only two stops away from the Tower and it just stopped and the lights went out. I’m not going to go on and on but we eventually found the right train and arrived at around 2:30PM. Woah was the first thing we both said. We walked out of the station and poking out the top of the treetops was, you guessed it, the Eiffel Tower. It’s massive. It reaches 324 metres high and it’s 124.9 metres wide. ...