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Trip Report A still, a hooker and a Dodo bird. Paris and Oberkirch.

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Two farm kid high school sweethearts celebrate 35 years of marriage in Europe. 3 days in The Black Forest and 9 days in Paris. I planned the whole trip from Fodor's forums, Trip Advisor forums and a couple of guide books. My mantra is 'attitude is everything', so I tried to travel with nukesafe's class, kerouac's experience, LucieV's sense of humor, santamonica's wisdom, St.Cirq's intellegence,OB1's wine free days,maitaitoms trip report humor, and most importantly like Cold_up_here, I don't add up the cost of the trip. Ever.((I)) I am a bad speller and worse at grammer so if that bothers you drive on by. I type like I talk, whatever I think comes out.
We still live in rural USA. The county in which we reside is about 180 square miles. There are less than 14,000 residents in the whole county. Paris proves to be a little more crowded than that.

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