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... brought some champagne on and made the most of it. After the tour we went back to the hotel and turned on a movie, fell asleep fifteen minutes into it, and called it a night.
The next day we went on the bus to Fontajnebleau. It was Napoleon's palace and was incredible. It has been my favorite palace so far. We each got headsets and were able to go at our own pace. I actually learned a lot about the palace and loved it. I think I liked it so much because it ...
... were actually okay.
Our last night in Europe, not quite what we planned but funny and memorable anyway, and a couple of drinks to sign off with!
Ciao, Au revoir, Bok!
Phil- Long day, but that's what happens when you travel. Watching Wendy stand to her full height and give the staff, who were doing a bad job, a bit of encouragement was very funny. All makes for fun times away.
Look out Australia, we is coming home.!!,
... for €3, a marionette show on another level and best of all an acrobat who stood on a pylon and had a soccer ball and showed amazing skill in what he did, evening climbing a pole with the ball on his foot. We were glad we couldn't fit inside the church with so much happening outside! We enjoyed a lovely wine and dinner locally before retiring at 9.30pm. A better day on the feet though we saw so much that we can return to ...
... all around us. The sun had come out and allowed us to move on from our haunting experience. It was time for more walking. I had read about another canal (we do know we are slightly obsessed with them, but they are so brilliant!) this one required many stops and changes on the tube. When we got there, we saw many youth, all sitting and talking with wine or beer in their hands, beside the unused canal. People walked their dogs and drunk at standing tables at bars. It was local ...
... the butcher down the road, Adam suggested, and he set off to buy one, and more wine. About 15 minutes later he came back empty handed. The butcher shop, the supermarkets and the wine shop were all shut. I thought we'd been teleported to Launceston, where the footpath gets rolled up at 5pm on a Sunday! So our lovely chicken dinner ended up being just veges and fresh pancetta wrapped asparagus. It still tasted lovely and was filling enough. After that I went to bed, asleep by ...