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Yuk weather at Dover meant delays on the ferries.
Horrendous seas meant we slowed right down, lots of green faces and kids running riot. Then there was no berth for us at Calais and we had to hang around outside the port.
Once docked we were off quickly. No one to show our passports to and no one in ...
When we arrived in Houston, I breezed through customs due to my Global Entry and went to get the car from remote parking while Marcy got our bags...this worked out in spite of the nasty French flight attendant!
Such a fabulous trip...thank you, Rich, for letting me do this--love you! And thanks to Mark for encouraging Marcy to go with me--what an amazing trip this has ...
... to visit the Hobbit village but getting on the bus was high on the priority list, so we saved this for "next time." :))
Once we got off the subway back at Jeanne's, we were both so tired that we could barely move. We packed our suitcases, then went out with Jeanne for a quick bite of French onion soup. I was in bed by 8:00, Marcy not far behind.
Early alarm tomorrow -- 5:00 am! Bon ...
... themselves. The food was not as nice though.. Maybe cuz it was breakfast. The customs cleared pretty quickly for us.. Didn't have to wait very long.. Guess the guys weren't too stringent. Thankfully our luggage came in one piece! Nothing missing and we are good to go! Currently waiting at Starbucks in CDG terminal 2D. There was only 15 minutes free wifi here at the airport. Means no ...
... eat up because they did not want it to go bad. You can imagine how happy this made Johnny. Now it is getting late and I am a tired girl.
Next stop: Belgium to visit Jossy!
# of cities: 21
# of countries: 8
# of bus rides: 10