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Leaving tomorrow for France

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I know that there was a thread on this years ago, but I cannot seem to find it. We're leaving tomorrow to go to Nice for 9 days, and then Paris for 8 days. I've printed out our airplane tickets, car rental voucher, apartment contact information, and train tickets, arranged for someone to water the plants and check the house, put a hold on the mail, notified the credit card companies/banks of foreign activity, packed, and taken care of final work submittals. Whew!

I still feel like I'm missing something. There's just something nagging at the back of my mind that I can't recall. Does anyone else feel like this?

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