Premiere Classe Plaisir
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We went to bed late and got up at 4 AM. We were all packed and ready to go. Bleary eyed, at 5 AM, we climbed into the minivan that Rebecca had arranged for us. An hour to Charles de Gaul Airport.
And then disaster. The Delta Agent requested my passport, of course. So I reached into my bag, where I always kept it, and it was not there. I emptied my suitcase and it was not there. The kids went on ahead as I ...
... a visit to the Arc de Triomphe. This monument is one of the most famous in France and commemorates the French who died in a number of wars including the Napoleon wars. After the Arc de Triomphe it was off to the most famous French landmark of them all, The Eiffel Tower. For years and years we have viewed photos of this famous structure however until you are next to it or looking up at it or at the top of it, you realise what an amazing structure it actually is. ...
... check our maps to make sure we were on the right roads. When we finally saw the Arc I could not believe how big the structure was. We walked up to the arch and saw it from all angles.
After seeing the Arc De Triomphe we left to find Notre Dame. As we walked down a main street we stopped for an ice cream. This ice cream was delicious, and worth every bite! We sat down to enjoy our ice cream when I noticed my camera case was gone. After ...
Today started off early because we had to check out of the hostel by a certain time in the morning. We decided to take it easy to rest from the pub crawl last night.
The weather has been pretty bipolar today. It showered on and off throughout the day. We got luckier as the day went on though. The times we went out in the afternoon seemed to line up when the rain stopped. We even had a great view of a double rainbow from our ...
... JOURNAL QUESTIONS ANSWERED
The concepts that were hard for me to understand were..... actually I didn't really have a hard time understanding anything that David said (other than his accent) I found that what he said was refreshingly real, and I loved hearing about all of the people with radical faith.
Because I grew up with a mother who taught me all about the Holy Spirit, I found it easy ...