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Up early this morning to get up to Croyden...luckily Neil had programmed into the GPS a
crosscountry route, so there was very little traffic...and we made it to Croyden early to drop off our car.
After a very quick squizz of the car, one of the guys took us to the railway station and we managed to get the next train to St. Pancras …
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... we had witnessed earlier in the week though, there was
no free stuff thrown so we were all a little disappointed. This however was
short lived as the riders began to fly up the Champs shortly after.
The riders did 10 laps of the Champs coming from Paris towards to Arc
De Triomphe, around the Arc and then back down the Champs towards Paris so we
got to see plenty of action and felt the force of the peleton as it flew past
us. I ...
... many landmarks, we went back to have that coffee. When we finished we went to check into our hotel and get settled in and check out the room.
once we explored the tiny room (we are a centimetre or two away from sleeping in the same beds) we went for a walk along the Seine to Notre Dame Cathedral. It was a beautiful day, sunny with a slight breeze blowing. We walked along the river under the trees looking at all the stalls and their wares. We located Notre ...
... Rhonda could get her "Coke Light". We walked around the arch but departed before going to the top to meet up with Brian and visit with Erin and Brian's friends, Fatima and Dave, who reside not far from the Place Charles de Gaulle.
Fatima and Dave's sons, Esteban and Daniel Lucas, escorted us upstairs to their forth floor apartment. Our hosts served wine, hummus, 'fomaige' and nice conversation engaging us with personal hints of Paris ...