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... herself & read her book, "A Moveable Feast". I had the century old excuse, I need to wash my hair!
Around 12:30pm we walked across the street to meet up with Amelia. This old cafe had become our neighborhood hangout, so when we walked in, the men behind the bar smiled with a "Bonjour"!
We walked down to the St. George's station & was surprised when the man at the station told us that the metro was free for the ...
... 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.
... Tower (by lift) we could appreciate the expanse of Paris' beauty and from our apartment we can look over the street to see live busking, people dining or just listen to the sounds of the bustling night life. You have to walk to appreciate this city and we have done that as you will see by the photos. The Bridge of Locks where each lock was supposed to lock in the couples love , was completely covered. The custom is now starting on the next ...
... we had risen that morning, but the day wasn't over, no, we are tough, we had a quick shower and went out to meet Graeme and Janis Beadle for dinner at a local cafe as they are staying at the same hotel.
i didn't take any photos of Paris yesterday, maybe today. I did take photos of the aquarium projected on the floor at the baggage claim area for the delight of weary travellers at Charles de Gaul Airport
... We would love to come back and hike the ridges, there are cow tracks heading in all directions. I will leave the ride up to others and enjoy all there is at the top. I am always touched by the kindness of the local people in the little villages who just enjoy the opportunity to interact with someone else and enjoy talking about their country or their life. I just have to remember to translate for Tony and sometimes I forget and turn to explain in French and he says " it's no ...
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