Hotel Val Girard
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We woke to a slightly cooler day, grey skies and a slight breeze.
Still a little foot sore we caught the metro to the Champs Elysee and strolled up towards the Arc de Triumph. Showing enormous restraint we ambled through a couple of stores and mingled with the crowds of people, tourists looking at life through their digital lenses and locals hurrying between appointments.
Di spotted native New Zealand Pseudopanex being used in the plantings - thought you'd ...
... after 4 now time to head home and prepare for our picnic tonight. I decide the humidity gives my hair to much volume so I head straight to the hairdressers within the shopping complex next to out hotel. The hairdresser and I laughed lots and I mimed shaving the back and thinning the top. It all worked out and I've continued my haircut overseas tradition. Off to the market for picnic supplies, cheeses, bread ...
... so stuffy inside that mum and I didn't even spend that much time in there. It was incredible and so golden but after a while the crowds got too much so we left and went out to the gardens. The gardens were pretty but again it got to hot so we left and waited for out guide to come and escort us back to Paris. Once we were back in Paris I was stuffed and after having something quick to eat we went back to our apartment for ...
... was waiting for us. The fascinating guy whom we used during our stay in April (Serge Molho) could not fit us in his schedule today, but he asked Philippe to cover for him. When we landed, it started raining pretty hard, so poor Philippe (who was wearing a suit) got soaking wet as he loaded our bags into the trunk, insisting that we sit inside to stay dry.
When we arrived at our new digs in the Passy section of Paris, on Ave. Rene Boylesve ...
... all set off on time and 3km down the track I spied Adam and the girls waving and cheering in the crowd. Thankyou to the thousands of French volunteers and spectators who cheered and called out the names on the bibs and quite a few English accents who called out Go Aussie when they saw the country on my bib. It was all the fun of the fair and a beautiful day as we passed through the stunning streets of Paris down to the palace ...