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... there we walked and saw some studios and past homes of some of these famous artists, as well as Moulin Rouge( which wasn't much to see unfortunately). What's a trip without losing your cool because you get lost and don't understand the metro?! Long story short and over an hour later(should had been less then 20 min) and lots of frustration, train tickets, and train transfers we finally made it back to the hotel, ...
... to go sign in. The Garmin riders seem to wait until the last minute, then go sign in and just stay there for the start. Another couple near us was trying to get an autograph from Ryder Hesjedal ( who happens to be Canadian), and between their shouts and ours, he was persuaded to come over for a photo. We were really happy about this, since he’s not one of the riders known for his schmoozing with the fans. He’d had a great beginning of the ...
... as our feet were worn down to stubs.
There is only going to be 111 people on our cruise and around 80 are Australians, 1 NZ couple, a S.African couple a couple of Canadians and the rest Americans.
By 8.00 I was too tired to eat and despite Cheryl planning on a light baguette dinner, we were in bed by 9.00. Ches slept though, I woke to read at midnight, 2.00 am and 5.00 am and finally hit the Gym at 6.00 for a half hour workout.
... the street. I had walked passed his wife in Passage Vivienne and she was now on the other side of the locked gate and he was inside. Luckily for both of them, a man came along and entered the code – clearly he lived in an apartment above the Passage. The woman held the gate open and called to here husband who had disappeared trying to find another exit but he came back and was set free!
We had a short walk to Palais Royal which ...
... was beheaded!!
It was very interesting, being driven around listening to the commentary.
We sat on the top of the open bus, right in the front until we could no longer feel our toes.
We took in the sites of the Champs- Élysées, once more, and imagined the Allied troops marching down this grand avenue at the end of WWI.
We saw from the bus the Musee de L'Homme ...