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... interesting was a display of relief models of fortified towns. I know most people will probably find them odd but I thought they were really cool. They were used for military purposes when figuring out how to move troops. They were gigantic too. The one I took a picture of (pic 6) was probably 10 ft by 10 ft. Most of them were around that size. They were very detailed with little trees and buildings. The child in me really wanted to play with ...
... no exhaust noise reduction needed.
I think these cars sound totally broke when you buy them. I actually thought thats a Corsa without exhaust, so ****** up it's only barely running on three cylinders.
Nope, that's design. I saw more of them, they all sound the same.
So no sleeping a bit longer....breakfast (a pot of yoghurt for two people) (ok, it was a whole kg) packing stuff and off we go!
We decided we have enough of that nervous N40 ...
Started with breakfast at the Boulangerie then Rami set off to get the car. It took him 90 mins to find the place and find his way back. We have a Renault Captur- unfortunately it is not an eye catching colour but at least not grey.
Despite dire predictions it only took us 15 mins to clear Paris which was fantastic. I even managed to photograph the field of goats near our apartment.
We visited Monet's garden which ...
... the german front line. The weather is crazy here. On the way home, I started walking home in sunshine, ********** and sunnies on. Five minutes down the road the jacket was back on. Another five minutes the umbrella was out and I was walking in the rain. I ducked into a little bar and ordered a hot dog (it was the only thing on the menu I understood and the barkeep didn't speak english) and a drink. At this point I'd not had lunch and I was starving and thirsty. After my"lunch" the ...
... not working). Once off the motorway we were surrounded by lush farmland. We wandered aimlessly for over an hour trying to locate an information office - we did discover a few things while doing this though including a few streets with a direct link to NZ. The walls surrounding the town are very tall and appear robust. We can see how Kiwi ingenuity really was applied to rescue this town in WW1. Check out Le Quesnoy on google if you want to know the kiwi connection - ...