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June 11th – we had breakfast of pastries again at a café Haley found named Chez Paul. Will was disappointed that they didn't serve pancakes until 2:00 pm but he managed anyway. Next stop, the castle of Louis XIV at Versailles. Unbelievable!!! The size of the castle is only outdone by the size of the Gardens. The artwork and ceiling decorations ...
Today is my first day at Roland Garros!! My 3rd grand slam! I am very excited and am up early and out the door, RG is one hour away by metro from my hostel.
There are signs everywhere as you ascend the underground pointing you in the direction of the entrance. The process is quiet smooth. We go through security, then tickets, then ID checks, then we're in.
Music greets us as we enter the grounds, a 4 ...
I met up with Joy in a coffee shop at London, St. Pancras. We departed at lunchtime and had a smooth journey on Eurostar to Paris. It was a lovely sunny day for our ride through the French countryside. On arrival in Paris we were taken by coach to our hotel, the Ibis Hotel Alesia. Having checked in, Joy and I set off for a walk to get our bearings. We walked along streets lined with pavement cafés and through several parks with beds of multi-coloured tulips ...
... my things and left for the bus station. I was VERY early but I wanted to make sure I found it okay (although, I'm happy to say I've become very efficient as far as finding my way around since I've started traveling by myself). So I arrived at the bus station (if you can even call it that - it was actually just a parking lot) before the sun had risen and decided it would be best for me to head back to Centraal station and just kill time there instead. I'm glad I did too; ...
... to the bridge to show their undying love for a lover, happened to glance down and see this
I continued down the Rive Droit, passed through a tunnel where a man played Danny Boy on a flute, crossed the Pont Neuf, circumnavigated the Ile de la Citi, took a breather inside Notre Dame (not what I expected),
Found my way to Shakespeare & Co (exactly what I expected),