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Set the alarm for 7:30 .... hit the snooze button ... twice... before Christine suggested we sleep in a little. Finally made it out of bed by about 10:30 ... having a leisurely morning to plan our next few days. Finally made it out of the apartment by 14:30 to go to the Interhome office to take care of paper work .... Grace stayed behind as she was not feeling well. After taking care of the paper work, we strolled down the avenue toward the Champs Élysées.... stopping ...
Today we took a train to Paris for the day! This amazing... And very large... City make for a wonderful and exciting day! We started off with of course a baguette( fresh and warm!), and Ham and cheese croissant, and a Croque Monsieur as we made our way to the Eiffel Tower! We stopped by the Louve museum and gardens on our way and made sure to stick to the side of the siene river ...
... Ferns in County Wexford on Ireland’s southeastern coast. His feast day is celebrated on January 31.
Might be more than you wanted to know but I had never heard of St.Aedan and I know Father O'Brien would want me to be informed about this.
I first met Father O'Brien at the White House on June 18, 1978, when President Jimmy Carter held a Jazz Festival on the lawn. There is a famous performance of Jimmy Carter singing Salt ...
... less comfortable by far than the previous flight, especially since I had upgraded myself to an exit row seat. After a while, I noticed something peculiar. Mr. Meeker was mostly standing next to the exit door on the other side of the plane. It was as if he didn't have a seat on the plane and had been asked to stand to the side. I wondered what was going on because he stood there a long time. I walked over to ask him if all was well, and he simply pointed to ...
... did a very funny slapstick routine and the final number was a very amusing ventriloquist who called several members of the audience up for a very embarrassing little skit. Those acts, along with the “been there, done that” factor made this a very worthwhile show, certainly not the most reverent choice on Christmas Eve but we definitely enjoyed ourselves.
The next morning we took full advantage of our “do nothing” plan for Christmas and slept ...