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Who would have thought that someones life could change in just two weeks Well mine did during spring break of my junior year I went on a two-week trip to France with my French class We traveled all over France from Paris to Mont Saint Michel along the South of France and even to Switzerland I visited places I usually saw on the television screen I even climbed 627 steps on the world famous Eiffel Tower I truly enjoyed visiting the Louvre Museum It is so big that people say it takes about one whole month to go through the entire museum That visit was very educational and interesting especially when I finally got to see the most famous painting in history The Mona Lisa This once in a lifetime trip changed my life for the better in only two weeks As I sat in our tour bus looking at the unique European buildings of Paris we suddenly passed by a huge group of protestors At first I did not think anything of it but as I took a closer look I noticed that the signs being held read Anti-Bush or US go home My initial feeling was terrified which quickly turned to anger Then it hit me with a big bang we are in war Being in France and knowing that we were obviously not welcomed made me realize that I was in danger and my days could be numbered As a result I learned that I should not take anything for granted Since it was my first time in another country I have never experienced any big cultural differences It was my first morning in France and I was craving for some sausages pancakes and eggs When I entered the meal room there were no signs of the foods I was craving for Instead there were baskets of different kinds of breads cereal and fruits The French breakfasts are very small compared to
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