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... After checking several places we had a feed at the Irish pub then went back to line up supprisingly we walked straight in. The security at the place was everywhere giving everyone the once over as they walk in, we were ushered inside to our table where there were a young couple from Holland was already seated, someone said squashed in like sardines only down side to the night and you wouldn't believe it I was sitting right behind the girl with ...
... the day, so we didn't even know for sure that our train had been cancelled until later. I was pretty much paranoid the entire day that we weren't going to be able to get back to Tours that night. At around 4:20ish we found out that the only train running was at 6:18pm (We found out later that there was another one at 8:16 but at the time we thought it was our only hope of getting back that day). We had to go ...
Slow start to the day after such a mammoth effort yesterday. Revised plans for the morning after deciding we just wouldn't have enough time to get back into the city and into a museum and back again before lunch. Tried to find waffles for breakfast but another unsuccessful waffle hunt led us to more croissants and hot chocolates which literally were melted chocolate in a cup! Needless to say I didn't ...
Today we looked for ages to find a place for an on-the-go breakfast. After a very long walk, we finally went to a restaurant and sat down for breakfast. We also walked past and went into a few shops. When we finally got there we took lots of pics in front of the big glass pyramid entrance. We went in and the first thing we saw were some sculptures. After many rooms ...
... already booked for the next day) and took in all there atmosphere there was. Next item on the agenda was dinner. Taking some back streets we found a little authentic cafe, no speaking English, serving traditional French fare. Rhys being ultra boldr and brave order escargot (snails) which he did eat, with Sean and Tony each trying one. Having tried them previously, I declined !. A great meal and the end of another long and awesome ...