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We packed up this morning and set Caen on the Sat Nav, she told us it was a mere 7hrs away! So, at our leisure, we left Stan's place (Les Deux Balloons) around 11am and drove and drove stopping only to swap driving at regular intervals. My ad hoc picnic bag had all the perfect ingredients for a continental lunch; bread, cheese, apples, chocolate and even a little wine (decanted into a water bottle - ...
... view offering 360o views across Paris, superb on a day like today. We were able to pick out all the sights we had visited last time we were here, and where we want to go this time. I think this is a far better view than what you would see going up the Eiffel Tower. On way back to the metro we waked along more interesting roadways and through some beautiful gardens. The first lot were to remember early explorers like Marco Polo and another that ...
Wow! What a beautiful castle in the countryside. Andrew has played 2 games of golf. The children and I have ridden bikes around the quiet town, visited the chocolate factory on site, tried to converse in French with the chocolatier, eaten beautiful food ( Ains couldn't quite manage the cold tomato soup at dinner - Kate you will need to work on that one when we get back). Late check out of 12 noon, so we are just about to drive on the Le Mans. Miss you all ...
... listened and watched and laughed... pianos on the pathway, guitars, sax, etc and some various singers all having fun sharing their passion. As we sat listening at some point, Mat opened his backpack and produced a bottle of Rose and some plastic cups... MORE to drink... this wasn't the plan for a night before travel... but we were in 'last night in Paris' mode!
Suffice to say, it was a a late night/early morning but a great time was had by all!
... along the Seine, across the lover's bridge. This us a pedestrian bridge with a chain link type fence on the sides. Only you can't possibly see the links because every one has a padlock attached. The locks have people's names written on them. Locks, locks, locks of every type and size and colour. They say the bridge might collapse with the weight It is an art installation created by thousands of people. I did not add a lock. Then we found ...