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... and the Big Thunder Mountain combined. Our last stop was Discoveryland and that had nothing that interested me. Well it did but that was closed. By the time we did all that it was time for the parade. It had a lot of the classics as well as frozen on parade. After that we came home with the streets buzzing as France was playing Germany. France lost but it was a good game. I'm just about to pack for Interlaken. From Paris Tayla signing ...
Low lie the Fields of Athenry Where once we watched the small free birds fly. Our love was on the wing we had dreams and songs to sing It's so lonely 'round the Fields of Athenry. Moving on from Ballina, we headed down the middle to Mullingar, County Westmeath for a couple of days. Here we backtracked somewhat to the west to check out Galway and the small village of Athenry, so sung with such passion by many an Irishman, but none more so than ...
... this elderly woman close to the end of the street and thought "gee, that poor woman is stuck living here on this street with all this going on around her", and then I saw her blouse unzipped to her belly button, and her very ample bosom pushed up to her chin...not a pretty site! They were all shapes and sizes on that street, and certainly not what you'd call high class. These had to be the down and outers. I mean really, how many horny men with a granny ...
... the Seine river.
We started out with escargots and a bottle of Sancerre La Poussie, delightful! The best part was soaking the artisan bread in the garlic butter. We had just finished the appetizer when we looked up and saw a beautiful tall woman standing at our table, this was Patrick's aunt, Tarja. We were surprised at how young she was, honestly, we expected an older woman. She was fun and easy to chat with & ...
... I try it on first before buying...) we stumbled into the Cartier section. Let me tell you something - Tiffany beats Cartier any day for the wow factor. After losing our way through a few more up market jewellery counters, we gave up and asked one of the nice young men where Pandora was then headed that way, trying not to get side tracked, which really wasn't easy with all the diamonds sparking every which way you looked. Jacks ended up coming away ...
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