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... exit we head for the towers. Unfortunately the line is down the street & would take hours of waiting. Instead we buy lunch at a street stall in front of a cafe. Crepes with caramel & banana for me & another double hot dog with cheese in a French stick for Grant. Btw chocolate fans......everywhere in Paris you come across Nutella, it goes on Crepes, croissants, waffles everything. In the supermarket most of the biscuit & bread aisles include chocolate in ...
... declined to walk around Paris wearing his :( Again a good size and fun group (10) with another couple being Aussies from Harvey Bay. First stop was the Eiffel Tower. Drew informed us that Gustav Eiffel won a competition to build the tower for the 1890 expo. He won, but was then told to build it at his expense... He agreed on the proviso that all earnings from it for the first 5 years were his. He recouped his costs in 6 months!!! Unbelievably it was ...
... with a rental all night. American Airlines did not make any
efforts to find a flight for us and since they overbook all their flights they
had zero chances to help us anyways. Welcome to the Amazing Race.
And none of them could retrieve our luggage. As I am writing
this letter, our luggage is still not with us back home (we got back Monday the
24th). The luggage lagged behind in the computer, and while we were
told it in Kansas ...
... it was fairly quick getting into Fontainebleau. I had a lok around, checked out the Chateau and then went to the forest to find a camping spot.
I ended up in the middle of the forest although not too far from the road and made camp.
It was a slightly restless night as I am not used to sleeping with the noises of the wild. Lots of crashing around, snapping twigs etc. The local wildlife seemed very intrigued by my tent.
Finally! After 19 years we have made it back to Europe! After Glen broke his ankle in June, things were looking dicey for the trip, but we figured we would make the best of it, and it all has worked out great. (Although, Glen's doctor was pretty negative about the trip. So every time Glen does something like climb a huge flight of stairs, walk on uneven cobblestones, etc. we joke that we should send a picture to his doctor.)
We began our journey with ...
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