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... and I we neck and neck during the ride but sadly I lost in the end. The Indiana jones ride wasn't that great it was cool but way too short and my head got banged round abit which hurt. We waited over an hour for the Star Wars ride only to find out that it was a 3D experience what a let down. We went on space mountain another two times and thunder mountain a second time while waiting for the haunted mansion and tea cups to open again. The haunted mansion was awesome not ...
It's finally SATURDAY (this is weird because I don’t know how to write this, since it’s already the day after)!! Today I went to PARIS!! I got up at 6am to shower because I went out the night before, but I went right back to bed afterwards (I’m soo productive). I only had to meet French Emily at 9:30am because we were leaving at 10am. I woke up (again) at 8:30ish and got ready and packed for one night. Then I was off to ...
Patricia was kind enough to allow me to stay with her for 3 nights and to show me a bit more of Paris. Patricia is technically my cousin once removed, as she is my father's cousin. Her mother, my Great-Aunt Paulette, will be turning 90 in November and my parents are coming to Europe for the big party that is being thrown for her! Patricia’s father (deceased) is my Uncle Guy, and he was ...
... cemetery included men from many different countries - Canada, Britain, US, Russia, South Africa and Germany! The German gravestones were set apart from the others. To finish off the day, we had some time in the evening to head into town to eat dinner. Josh and I stumbled upon a great little 'boulangerie'. There we purchased - des macarons (macaroons), des meringues, un éclair et un cookie. My favourite was the chocolate ...
... That is an interesting area with lots of high end jewellery shops. I have my eye on a Patek Phillipe watch that is priced at a very modest 89,000 euros. Jude saw a necklace of rubies which she thought might be a nice 40th anniversary present. It wasn't priced, which is just as well as I would not like her to know what I paid for it. I will get it when I pick up the watch. From there we walked down to the Toulleries gardens. It was a nice sunny day and schools were closed ...