B&B Creil Chantilly
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We set off after breakfast for La Fayette shopping centre by train. The dome in the centre of this is something to see as you can see from the pictures. Maxine had been looking for a perfume which she managed to find here, so she was very happy. The 3 of us ladies browsed the shops while the men had coffee/wine and waited patiently. We ladies managed to squeeze in a morning tea experience at Angelinas!! Once we had finished ...
... Heidseck rose and walked them to the bus stop. Realised we hadn't made any plans for dinner ourselves. No lunch at Les Canailles but got a 9pm booking at Les Affranchis. Always a good back up. I had a delicious endive salad with a soft egg on top and a Roquefort dressing and a 30 hour slow cooked pork dish. Georgie and Jeff had a 300gm steak complete with frites. No dessert tonight and a wobble up the hill home. S ...
... breakfast and lunch in the little park near our apartment, with little finches hopping around our feet. When the pigeons started to take over we decided it was time to leave and we headed back to our apartment to plan with Eammon and Ellie-Mae. We decided that the easiest thing to do would be to meet them at the catacombs at 2:30, leaving us plenty of time to get there. We arrived to see a very long line twisting around the corner, which ...
... br> with 36km to go: Richie Porte (Sky), Michael Morkov (Tinkoff), Josť
Serpa (Lampre) and Armindo Fonseca (Bretagne).
Kittel makes it four
Morkov and Serpa insisted as long as they could. Porte was the last
member of this breakaway to be caught, with 7.5km to go. His compatriot
Well hello fellow blog devotees! Mike is doing this one this evening. Today was a day I was really looking forward to and have not been disappointed in any way! We started by leaving Edinburgh by train going Down the east coast via Durham, Newcastle, Doncaster, Peterbrough and finally to Kings Cross, London. Then on the Eurostar to Paris...therefore 3 capital cities in one day! These high speed trains move, no wonder people ...