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Europe 2000 UberTour


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Album: Drunk & Naked in Paris

So, last but not least, we hit Paris. We did lots of touristy stuff during the day: we walked from the Louvre, past all of the government buildings and the military academy, to that big Paris radio tower thing, past the monument to Princess Di erected where she died (just by coincidence, didn't know it was there), to the Arc de Triomph, along the Champs Elysee, to the Place de la Concorde, through the Jardin des Tuilleries, and on to Notre Dame. Highlights for me were the Place de la Concorde because I read Tale of Two Titties not too long ago, the Charles de Gaul speech to the Parisians during World War II that's engraved at the foot of the Arc de Triomph, and Princess Di's monument.

So, we stopped for beers and accidentally ordered 44 oz. ones. And that was the beginning of the end...

Although realistically, I should have titled this section "Heavily Buzzed and Wild Because It Was the Last Night of the Trip and Naked in Paris." And, yeah, I'm kinda ashamed of some of these fotos, but they're just too funny not to post. Good luck!

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Album: Sad to be Homebound

Well, that's pretty much it. These are just a few extra pictures from the bitch-tail of the trip that I didn't think deserved to be in the Paris section.

Slaunch! Prost! Nastravia! Salute!

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