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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Thank you. That looks like a truly original recommendation. Even though we know most of Paris, that is why we started this thread to find some of these hidden gems. The Marais is still newish ground for us....
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Looks solid. Thanks a lot....
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Yes, we plan to spend more time in the Marais this go 'round as well. We have actually seen Place des Vosges previously, but before realizing it was Baroness de Pontalba's inspiration for the Pontalba sections of Jackson Square. Viewing it from that perspective will add an additional layer of curios...
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Thanks. We have been to Paris a number of times as well and Rome and London once before, but always like to seek new recommendations where possible. In Paris, we are in the 1st right by Tuileries Garden. Appreciate all of the recommendations. ...
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Thanks for the recommendations! These restaurants look amazing. I'm adding them to my TripAdvisor account as we speak. Thanks again! ...
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
Sounds like a great idea. Thanks for the rec!...
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re: Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
We are okay spending a lot for a good meal, but are also interested in cheaper "street food" type options while on the run. For our nicer meals, we'd like to keep it French, but are fine with either traditional or modern....
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Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
I'll be traveling to London, Paris, and Rome this summer. Does anyone recommend any local restaurants in these cities? ...
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Restaurant Recommendations for London/Paris/Rome - RedStickBR
I'll be traveling to London, Paris, and Rome this summer and am looking for some non-touristy local places to dine. Any recommendations on restaurants will be greatly appreciated....
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re: A Note on Tuxedo Rental - RedStickBR
Agreed, but note I was referring to a "particular tuxedo required by the wedding party." ...
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re: A Note on Tuxedo Rental - RedStickBR
True, you can reuse a car or hotel for longer. That's why I referenced non-depreciated cost. Ignoring depreciation, these people are recouping their acquisition cost after only a few uses. I checked online and the retail cost for the tuxedo I rented is $800, meaning it's probably safe to assume t...
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A Note on Tuxedo Rental - RedStickBR
Just dropped $200 on a particular tuxedo required by the wedding party (pretty standard tuxedo). What do you think the costs to develop this tuxedo are? According to this [link=(http://www.hvs.com/Jump/Article/Download.aspx?id=6747)]report[/link], the average budget hotel costs about $60k per ...
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re: 1237 isn't the number needed now - RedStickBR
More proof of the failure of the two-party system when one party can tell its own members they can't nominate who they actually nominated and expect to get away with it....
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re: Dear Donald: what happens when a Mexican puts dynamite to your wall? - RedStickBR
How have all the other countries with walls addressed this problem? If they can figure it out, my bet is that American ingenuity will do even better....
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re: Islamic jihadists launch major attack at Brussels Airport - RedStickBR
I know it's beside the point, but just for the record, AA is rebuffing reports that this happened at its desk: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/american-airlines-rebuffs-brussels-blast-reports-as-shares-fall-34-2016-03-22...
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re: Islamic jihadists launch major attack at Brussels Airport - RedStickBR
Europe's pendulum is about to swing hard right, even while radical leftists threaten power in certain areas (and have won in some cases). The openness of Europe's borders is an incredible thing for travelers, but it's only incredible insofar as the areas within those borders are places people actual...
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re: Islamic jihadists launch major attack at Brussels Airport - RedStickBR
Odd they'd launch an attack in Brussels. Belgium's staunch "neutrality" has been a primary factor in allowing these guys to infiltrate the rest of Europe....
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re: Trump's Primary Appeal to Voters - RedStickBR
Well, sorry you're struggling. Good luck....
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re: Trump's Primary Appeal to Voters - RedStickBR
Aren't you a military guy? Do you not think Americans' collective pride in country ebbs and flows, and was probably at a peak post-WW2 and an historic low Bush/Obama? Do you not think that's something that matters? This isn't dinnertable conversation as you suggest - it's psychology....
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re: Trump's Primary Appeal to Voters - RedStickBR
Listen to his message. Literally as I was typing that he is addressing the press and says, "Nationalism is the most important thing." There's no doubt this guy is more nationalist than anything we've seen in a while. Do you dispute that?...
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