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... in another thing). Had the Umbrella I purchased from the Tour De France but they let me through ok. Said a very sad goodbye to Paul and Danita. So many tears.
Danita got used to having 'her Mum' around and did not want me to leave. Trust me, it was harder leaving her today than it was 6 months ago. But life goes on and it was time to leave.
During lining up while checking in we got chatting to an extremely friendly Frenchman. We discussed Australia as he ...
Weather - mild over night followed by a sunny and warm day.
After a good night's sleep we decided on a leisurely morning of croissants for breakfast while we uploaded the photos for yesterday's blog. As the weather was so beautiful we decided to go on a walk on La Promenade Plantee (one of Paris' best kept secrets). It is located on a disused train line and is now a beautiful area full of trees and plants of all ...
... quickly passed out. I packed a little bit so that I didn't have to do to much in the morning.
We woke up the next morning and grabbed all our things together. Tara and Charlie drove us over to Greg's office so we could say goodbye and grab our boarding passes before heading to the airport.
We arrived fairly early for our flight and after our 2 hour flight landed in our new home (Ireland).
... 10km/hr with dad narrowly missing the perfectly manicured trees lining the garden roads and almost knocking over a marble goddess eating grapes. The girls completed the quickest tour of a museum ever and saw ten minutes of the Queens house which was more modest and tasteful than the main chateau, but still extravagant.
Avoiding the tourist eateries across the road from the station, we walked 100m out of the way ...
... Visitors continue to circulate along the outside aisles as the service proceeds. Four priests with several deacons conduct the service in French, with the gospel reading read in French, English and German as well as the prayer of universal concern for those suffering in the Philippines. Nuns sang from the choir. A very good show.
Afterward we lit candles for those in our thoughts and prayers. The view of Paris ...