Days Inn Paris
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... to visit the TripAdvisor #1 attraction for Paris, Texas - the replica Eiffel Tower. It's actually more a miniature replica as it is only 65 feet tall. But in true Texas tradition, it does sport a cowboy hat on top. We managed to take a few pictures to commemorate the occasion. Also, when we gassed up the bike tonight, we paid the lowest price so far on this trip $2.09 per gallon.
Since there was a Pizza ...
Next day we walked all day, down the Champs Elyssei and found a lovely café and enjoyed lunch French style.
The highlight was "Moulan Rouge", what a show, the meal was lousy and the seating tight but the show was magnificent, bought the brochure.
Enjoyed the walking tour earlier this morning with a very ...
... from the Dallas area with their grandson Ian for the show today. Ian has never been to a circus before, so I was pretty excited that KMC would be his first one. After an attempted nap, we met up with them halfway through the circus tour that Becky does each morning. I haven’t seen Kim in over a decade, so it was really lovely seeing her again. We all went to Angie’s for breakfast which is something I’ve been counting down to since ...
... for a starter, then a hefty 12 oz. steak with roast vegetables and ask for a glass of red wine. The waiter somewhat nervously explains that they didn't realise they needed a license to sell booze so they've stopped doing that now but a moment later comes back to offer me a glass on the house... I guess selling wine is illegal without a license but, hey, give it away and that's fine! What a wonderful world we live in. When I asked for the bill, they didn't so much ...
... frozen a handful of times so we had to wait for them to thaw before being able to dump. The town of Hugo is small and while it has an impressive array of stores that are walkable from quarters, there are many things we've been effectively cut off from, including a coffeehouse, a bookstore, a good grocery store, and a good fabric store. Most of our shopping has to happen at Walmart because that is literally the only ...