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... but there didn’t seem to be anything there and if there was it was definitely not sheltered. Quite a lot of the quays were taken up by working barges too, so not very cruiser friendly. There were some pontoons on the river but that still meant we would get the wash from the barges. Isi found a marina off the river earlier than we had planned to stop, so we decided to investigate as it was near a railway station and hopefully a supermarket. ...
... anywhere near the facilities (it was a very long quay but the rest had no facilities) meant getting in a very tight gap between the only 2 other boats on the quay which was an old cruiser (barge bollards in front of it) and a holiday ship (which was very long). Isi brought her in while John did the jumping ashore to tie us up. It really was a "made to measure gap" and then it really started to rain so we didn't leave ST. We had to add spring lines ...
... reflective vests and most wore ponchos. We couldn't have looked more touristy. About 30 of us biked through the streets of Paris in the pouring rain, while angry French citizens honked their horns. It wouldn't have become such a vivid memory if it was a beautiful sunny night. We were absolutely soaked and had the time of our lives. The tour took us to a boat tour where we saw the Eiffel Tower sparkle over water and we drank wine on the Seine River. Pretty much a dream and ...
... spots"? Then I saw a Smart Car parking. I would say 50% of the cars in this town are Smart Cars or something equivalent. It was that scene out of Austin Powers, the one where Austin keeps running in to the walls and can't turn his golf cart around. I laughed at that one.
My mother and I wanted to go back down to the Notre Dame Cathedral, to pick up a few rosary beads and other Catholic trinkets. We decided it wasn't very far to walk, based on our journey ...
... all our meals in the apartment on the previous nights. It was our last night in the City of Light.
DAY 44 TUE After morning coffee we set out to discover the best route to Chatelet-Les Halles. Margaret was sceptical of the plan I had formulated yesterday and was sure there was a more direct route. None of our maps was of much help and we walked for ages before finding Exit L’Escot, an entrance to the station. Our problem was that we had no idea how we ...
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