BridgeStreet Champs Elysees - Berri
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... of my concerns. Jun had said there was a supermarket/drugstore across the road so David sets off to get some basic supplies. Well, their idea of a supermarket is not the same as ours and more importantly they don't sell toilet paper so David has to search further. Eventually he does find a place but not before he has walked a fair number of blocks on his dodgy ankle.
Immediate crisis solved we settle into our home for the ...
... erupted when an irate Chinese tour leader, wanting tickets for his group to board the little train for the garden tour, and the officious, cranky French ticket seller, engaged in a loud battle of words. So much to see and absorb ...
... the labyrinth of crypts and tombstones where more than 1,000,000 people have been laid to rest, including, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Frédéric Chopin and of course, Jim Morisson.
A metro ride back to our hotel and dinner at our restaurant as we now prepare ourselves to embark on a new destination, saying, "Bonne nuit et adieu Paris......until we meet again!"
Bonne nuit Beaumont!
... as much. That would have been very sad.
A nice passenger helped me put my bag up. Although Caty and I thought we had reserved a seat, there were none free. Resigned to standing for two hours, a lot of people got off at Bath Spa and I quickly sat down. I wonder why so many people were going there. I'm glad they did though as it meant I could travel in comfort. Another passenger helped me get my bag down. On the train ...
... are giant bookstores in France, similar to what Borders used to be in the USA but often quite larger. We went and picked up some BD’s and just sat in the store reading for two hours. I noticed we weren’t the only ones doing so, and the salespeople weren’t at all bothered by our presence or the fact that we didn’t buy anything at the end. It was a nice way to relax and read new material without paying for it. I’ve also been trying to take ...