" Why don't we try the Parisien Cafe for a bite to eat" David suggested as they were walking back from the deck. He was studying a brochure of all that the great ship offered. " It's supposed to be just like you are actually eating at a Paris Cafe".
" Ok" his mother replied as they walked a short way and found it. It did look like an actual Paris Cafe with wicker furniture that they now sat down at. An actual french waiter walked over and David and his mother ordered a small sandwich and a glass of water from the circular buffet.
As they waited for their sandwich, David observed the decor of this wonderful corner of Titanic.
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