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... a 3 hour journey so a great way to travel.
All our other trips were long in distance so train was not an option sadly.
Again with the expertise of Danita and Paul we found our way to our next digs.
Another very warm evening so instead of sitting in a restaurant we sat on the edge of the Canal not far from where we were staying and fitted in with everyone else doing the same thing enjoying a bite to eat while watching the world go by. Many ...
Apart from departing 10 minutes late the flight from Melbourne to Abu Dhabi was quite harmless!
As all travellers know the long flights are nothing short of boring and just an excuse to stay awake all night.
That's correct. None of us managed any more than 20 minutes sleep at a time but Paul and Carmen were thrilled they had movies and music to entertain themselves.
I did my normal trick of hanging around the toilets ...
Ella and I headed off to the new part of Paris to register for the Marathon and pick up my bib etc so I suppose the nerves will soon kick in. The organisation of the bib pick up was excellent and we had a bag of goodies and were out of there past many many thin people who looked like they could do with some of the local food offerings. Adam and Katie hung around the shack which is pretty easy since we are in the most fabulous location with great shops and restaurants ...
... chucked the keys at the attendant and then we legged it to the train station. With minutes to spare, we found Doreen and Bronte, grabbed the bags and, wouldn't you know it, our train carriage was about a kilometre down the track! OMG. More huffing, more puffing, more swearing and the doors closed and the train started out of the station about 30 seconds after we sat down. Calming bottle of vino please from the dining car...
We arrived in ...
... been in the US Army Corps of Engineers in Europe during the Cold War. His job was nuclear demolition. The scenario was that if war broke out in Europe these teams of army engineers would cross the Iron Curtain and then use small, portable nuclear devises to blow up dams and other types of large physical infrastructure to disrupt and slow down the evil ruskies. Wouldn't have done the local folk much good either. So I hoped the suspicious item was ...