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  1. Debbie

    Your story brought back so many memories! I haven’t been to Paris for about eight years. Now, I can’t wait to get back there. My favorite city ever!

  2. Anonymous

    Looks like each day was as exciting as the next!

  3. scoperta78

    I really liked your Eiffel Tower (sans streetlamp, Photoshop would perfect it) image. It’s always a challenge to get something that monumental to fit into the frame, but I think you pulled it off.

  4. melissasure810

    Our Moulin Rouge night was one of my favorites of the WHOLE trip. It really MADE Paris for me. And what could replace that pic of you with the stolen baguette??? I love it!!

  5. Henry

    mmmm, Nutela and wine, now that’s a good combination!

  6. Ken

    I’m not sure which is most impressive – your descriptions or your photography. Both are great.

  7. Trish

    I realize this is an OOOOLLLLLDDDD post, but I saw Paris and had to read! We were in Paris and Orleans back in October, as well as Gent and Brussels in Belgium. (Oh my goodness, I had my fair share of wine, too!!) Half of my husband’s Zimbabwean family live in Paris and scattered throughout France, Belgium, and the UK…so we kind of have free room and board when travel. 🙂 I also saw that you visited Germany and had fun at Oktoberfest. I am also German. Born in a town called Itzehoe. (Yes, it’s almost pronounced as it looks, hehe.) Had our trip just been a few days longer, we might have gone to Germany so I could visit my Oma and the rest of my mother’s family. My mother brought me to the US when I was still a young child. My father is American and was a captain in the army, stationed in Germany as many soldiers are at some point. Since I essentially grew up in the US though, I always felt kind ‘special’ as a kid because my summer vacation stories were about hopping aboard a plane and flying across the ocean to unknown lands. We celebrated German holidays and customs in my home when I was still a child, and I had that mother who didn’t speak English so well that everyone thought was just so cool, lol. 🙂 Can’t remember having too many vegan meals in Germany…we REALLY loved our meat and potatoes!! 😉 But I’m sure there are options a plenty in the larger areas.