Premiere Classe La Ville Du Bois
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... in front of me get there sandwich's I think I should have sucked it up and got a sandwich as well because it looked fantastic. To top it off this place was not very expensive at all. So if you come to Paris on a budget I would probably eat at Cosi every day.
After hitting Cosi I went over to the Louvre. To see all that it had to offer. The Louvre is sort of an amazing building. It was first constructed ...
... my coat off, and I'm not sure if he feared I was going to completely disrobe or he saw the fear in my face, but he let me go. Setting off the sensor in two more stores for some non-identifiable reason, I decided it best that I leave. Back at the hotel now, listening to mopeds fly through the rain soaked cobblestone streets after an excellent meal of French onion soup and lamb knuckle. Shawna:1 Paris train system:0 ...
Paris deserves a book, not a short blog. But as I have no time or patience to write one, I will have to settle for splitting my post about the city into two parts. It's really fitting though, because my time in Paris felt separated into two completely different experiences.
As I have mentioned before, the weather in Italy was fantastic. Apart from that one day in Lake Como, there was plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures. I had chosen to take this trip this time ...
... a spot. Have them bring strollers, bags, or other bulky items to keep the space for you. This is kind of obnoxious behavior that I wouldn't ordinarily encourage, but for a birthday, I think you should be allowed. Why bother? The look on your kids face when one of the characters in the parade comes up to them face to face.
Any of the above will help make your darling's day special, but don't ...
... A chocolate croissant. On to the Arc de Triomphe. A walkway under the circular street helps us make our way in. Up to the top we go for panoramic views. 400 circular steps later that is. So when you make it up, finally, you have to do the Rocky dance. You must! Back down you go and you will locate the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The flowers are changed each day at 6 PM. We run ACROSS the street ugh! And down the Champs Elysee. The world's most worthy McDonalds ...
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