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Dennis and Kimberly's Excellent and Epic European Adventure, Day 27

Feb. 7, 2016: Amsterdam to Paris

So it’s a very early start this morning as Joost drives us to the Amsterdam Central Station. Seeing the city in the pre-dawn light of Sunday morning,  it feels positively apocalyptic in comparison to its beehive status we’ve seen before. 1,384 more words


Inside the Minds of the Texans' Offense

No one can tell what the hell Rick Smith is thinking when he does anything.  Or fails to do anything about glaring problems.  Or fails to anticipate those problems, even though they’re as obvious as the Duane Brown-shaped hole at left tackle and as painful as Derek Newton’s shredded patellar tendons.  647 more words

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I’d not meant to walk down 52nd Street, but I’m pretty happy I did. For one, I got to find out first hand what kind of food “The Halal Guys” at the corner of 6th Avenue serve up. 296 more words


And Now...the Art...

Of course the reason why most people visit the Louvre is the fantastic pieces of art it houses.  A museum since the 18th century, when the royal family moved the court to Versailles, there are so many works of art here that it would take you a hundred days to see everything. 171 more words


Venus de Milo who?

Today I feel like the Venus de Milo.

A bit of background, the Venus de Milo is an Ancient Greek sculpture that has had its arms broken off since the moment of its discovery. 433 more words

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