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Summer Blogs and Photos

This summer was a whirlwind of travel:  I celebrated with my best friend as she got married in Ohio, walked 500 miles along the Camino de Santiago in Spain, spent a week in Paris, another week visiting E’s family in … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 7

[Metro] It seems that the Catacombs will be my Unicorn in Paris, the same way the Vermilion Gates are in Kyoto:  Elusive, yet an excuse to come back.  We arrived at the Catacombs just minutes after they opened and already … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 6

Today might be a day best told in pictures: [Ceiling in the Paris Opera House] We lazed about quite a bit this morning and made our way to the Opera after lunch.  The opera was well worth the 10 euro … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 5

[Locks of Love] We woke up late today and then went over to the Musee d’Orsay around 11.  I think it’s well known that I’m not particularly fond of art museums, but E had dutifully fulfilled his shopping obligation, so … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 4

[Notre Dame] The nearly 15 degree drop in temperature was noticeable when we woke up this morning.  E fixed breakfast and then I sent some emails before we went out for the day.  Our first stop was Notre Dame.  We’d … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 3

[Stay-cation?] After God-knows how many hours of rest yesterday, I woke up feeling pretty good.  The best thing about this being our second trips to Paris is that neither of us feel pressured to run around seeing all the major … Continue reading

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Paris, Jour 2

[From Henri, le Chat Noir] I was going to wait until later this evening to see how the rest of the day panned out, but who am I kidding? I woke around 8:30 and stepped in a puddle of water … Continue reading

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