@LookUponMyWorks A SUNY school, actually.
The school where my husband got his PhD had a REALLY popular Pharmacy (correct terminology?) program. He taught music electives and they were always full of people who kind of used "But I'm in pharmacy!" as an excuse for not caring or doing their homework. It was a REALLY difficult program, though, so I'll give them that.
@gyip AMAZING. So many good suggestions! I do have Yelp. It's improved my traveling some but I still have a black thumb, or the epicurean equivalent thereof. And we do plan on getting some groceries so La Grande Epicerie sounds awesome!
@RiffRandell Just looked online to see what I'm in for. As we say here in KY, "Shoo-wee!" TOTALLY worth it. I mean, saving £1.10 is like almost $5, so that's a coffee or two.
@andnowlights Aw, that's sweet! And excellent job doing your finance stuff before you even start your day.
@A-M EXCELLENT suggestion. I just did the math and it would save us 18 euro. @andnowlights Nice site! Yes, that's usually what I do, but then it's always terrible. I even failed in New Orleans, which seems like an impossible task. I think we may just do the Eiffel Tower from the outside, to save $$.
@lemonhead3159 Passport photos aren't as complicated as they seem! I think my husband just walked into Walgreen's two Sundays ago when he realized that his passport had expired in December.
@Aconite Thank you so much! The one question I do have is, what about the Tower of London? Should I do that in advance? Also if you have any must sees or must-dos, I'd love to hear about them! I'm like, zero for 1,000 on finding good bars and restaurants on my own when traveling.
I have GOT to get online and pre-purchase all the things that need to be pre-purchased for my trip to Europe. But I have to figure out what those things are, which seems like a PAIN. So far I have to get the Musee d'Orsay and Versailles. Does anyone have any pointers on other places in London and Paris where buying your admission in advance makes your life easier?
@Allison Right there with you on the one thing. I'd bring the wine with me.