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An American in Paris...and London.

An American in Paris...and London If you believe the brochures' come-on that you can "do" both Paris and London in only ten days, I have news for you: it can't be done. Moreover, by the time you get home, you'll have trouble remembering if that boat trip on the Seine was in London or Paris. Or was it the Thames? And did you view the Crown Jewels in Westminster Abbey, Saint Luke's, or Notre Dame? Resorting to my notes, I find they were on display in the Tower of London. Which borders on the Thames. Or is it the Seine?
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Title Annotation:a journalist's view
Author:Stoddard, Maynard Good
Publication:Saturday Evening Post
Date:Sep 1, 1986
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