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I've left Paris and decided to restart the blog from here (and fill in the gaps working backward rather than try to catch up). I left the city around noon, taking care of a few things before departing. I really loved Paris and spent about twice as long there as I had planned. Just like entering the city, exiting was a chore. The city proper is great for ...
... are CRAZY! My life passed before me on so many occasions. However I was chuffed to see the sign for Bastille (see attached picture). Once we finally got out of Paris (1.5 hours later) we had a pit stop. Jens boobs made another appearance here. I then agreed to drive.... Those that have ever been in a car with me will appreciate my complete lack of spatial awareness abilities. That combined with driving on the wrong side of the road in a ...
We left Troyes early as we didn't want to pay for a carpark in the town, or the 12Euro breakfast...
We found a bar opening near Square du 8 mai 1945 on the way out of town and went in a grabbed possibly the best coffee we'd had since Milan. Then off again. A quick stop at Montereau for some lunch goods and batteries and then off up the road to Fontainebleau. There is supposed to be a nice Chateau here... Strewth, you can ...
... a good game of chess.
Victoria cant say many words very well but she always say like Heerard, which is a french way to say my name. They don't have any Jared's here so its very difficult for them to say.
This damn bed I'm sleeping on has a huge gap in the middle where someone must have slept for ages in. I'm so sick of it my back hates the **** out of it. My bed.... is going to be awesome!
I have done a lot of riding on my old bike everywhere. ...
Today I went on a Paris Vision tour to visit two chateau's outside of Paris. The tour was by mini bus and there was 2 other people, an elderly couple from Alabama, USA. Fontainebleau Chateau is about an hour from Paris and was used by royalty as a hunting lodge. The town is still surrounded by the forest and there are road signs with a picture of a deer on them just like we have signs with kangaroos.
The first reference to the chateau dates back to the ...
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