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... that unitied the nation so much. In the evening we went to The Grand Palace to join in the celebrations. Everyone there had a yellow candle, and during the national anthem the city lights were all turned off leaving only candle light - it was beautiful. Afterwards every family had a chinese lantern that they lit. There were hundereds of them floating into the sky, it was an incredible thing to see. They continued floating over the city all night, although ...
... and desolate. I had dinner with an ex-partner, Jean,
and also got to see her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, which I hadn’t
done for over a year. And I was treated to lunch and a tour of the nice bits of
Hastings by VG Lee, which was good fun.
So, fingers crossed that I have no more mishaps or ...
... But I do like airports. So many people to watch!
All those folk flying Ryanair queuing for hours to board a plane that has not yet landed!
Our flight may have been an Easy one, but it was still delayed.
According to the Captain once we were off it was delayed due to a strike of the French Air traffic Controllers. At which point I am sure all the Brits on board did a unanimous and contemptuous *eye roll* , but ...
... of the evacuation of the Allied armies from Dunkirk in May 1940, and naturally we end up in the underground gift shop and café! Here we are overwhelmed by an expert salesman and depart with a basket of artisan jams at a price totally out of our budget. Just as well he wasn’t selling time shares!
One of the planned highlights of ...