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KU travels to Paris, Eiffel Tower on Thursday

The Kansas men's basketball team traveled by high-speed train from Zurich to Paris before touring the Eiffel Tower on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012.

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Kansas guard Naadir Tharpe, left, and guard Niko Roberts, right, stop for a photo in ...

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Kansas center Jeff Withey, center, talks with forwards Justin Wesley, left and Zach Peters while ...

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Kansas players and administrators prepare to get on a high-speed train from Zurich to Paris ...

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Kansas players gather outside following dinner at Restaurant la Gare in Paris on Thursday, Aug. ...

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Kansas players gather outside following dinner at Restaurant la Gare in Paris on Thursday, Aug. ...

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Kansas guard Milt Doyle, left, and forward Jamari Traylor take pictures of the Eiffel Tower ...

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Kansas forward Jamari Traylor, left, and guard Milt Doyle stop for a photo in front ...

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Kansas coach Bill Self snaps a shot of the Paris landscape from the second floor ...

Comments

toots_mom 7 years ago

I am SO jealous of them. I was a French major undergraduate, and have never been able to get to Paris. These young men are a credit to KU and the USA.( I was an undergrad over 40 years ago. Don't think I'll get to France.)

s6u6r6f 7 years ago

Yeah, toots, I gotta agree with Solomon: just do it. Mandarin has a saying: you'll be in heaven and your money in a bank. What are you waiting for? Rock chalk.

Ron Prichard 7 years ago

I love the shirts! Especially the black one Withey has. Sweet!

KGphoto 7 years ago

Wow, I didn't realize the TGV was such a patch job. I'd hate to be hurtling through France at 200 mph when some prankster back at the station yanks the plug. :/

Nathan Scholl 7 years ago

Ha KG! I thought the same thing! Was that an extension cord? LOL. Rock Chalk!

Fototherapist 7 years ago

Is it me or did Zach Peters look a little overwhelmed? Freshmen...

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