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... drop off.
8:20 Finally drop car off
8:30 Buy train tickets. Feel smug at high level of organisation.
8:31 Strolling over to the train. A perfectly planned morning all went
to clockwork... 31 minutes until the train leaves.. we could have even
slept a little longer... then ....
8:35 Realise Toms phone is 200km away! NOOOOOO!!!
8:40 Ring hotel, they say will check our room.
8:46 Hotel says phone not in the room
8:50 Realise ...
... our lovely little Boulangerie (by this time the lady there greeted us like old friends!), before meeting Patrick who took us to the train station in heavy traffic – including through the tunnel That claimed the life of Princess Di. I had always imagined a 'tunnel' but this was more like an underpass and one of the few with pillars in the middle - what a tragedy.
We had another nice trip back to London on the Eurostar and ...
... rompre avec les atomes afin de créer un flux d'électrons. Lenovo L09S6Y02 Pourquoi? La réponse est parce que l'électricité est une propriété de certaines particules subatomiques (protons, électrons et neutrons) qui couples aux champs électromagnétiques et les causes de forces attractives et répulsives entre eux; ce faisant, un flux électrique est ...
... the older, more active generation is passing on. National pride? No American-style flag waving here or "You're from France? We love your country!" kind of acceptance.
On a positive note, indifference made walking around town very refreshing. No traces of "Japon, Japon!" at all - a lovely counterpoint to Morocco. Parisiens seem absolutely unbothered by the fact that their city is overrun by tourists, nor do they seem to notice that ...
... interesting "Rowing Museum" in Henley where the story of "The Wind in the Willows" was excellently depicted We went to London on our last day in readiness for an early departure on the Eurostar the next morning and spent the afternoon trying to visit the Globe Theatre and St. Pauls and having dinner in a warm pub on the river bank
Next morning up early and off to St Pancreas station, now beautifully ...