Balladins Superior Villepinte Sevran
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... and knackered. Cooled with some drink, showers to also cool down then tea. Had a local specialty, don't know the name but basically a big serve of child chicken salad with hot garlic scvolloped potatoes on top. Was good.
With stomachs full we did a lap around the local cemetery that has some famous french artists and others in it.
... and I simply could not get our tees into the teeing ground it was so hard. We had to hammer them in with the tee markers. The course was cut into natural forest and is quite an old course. Lots of bunkers with grass lips. I played appallingly but Derek did okay. The winning man had 37 pts and woman 33pts. Some of the others enjoyed the course and defended its condition ...
... the city. We have the hiking boots on and we are ready to go. The tour was fantastic. We had a great tour guide and he showed us many of the sites around Paris. The history of the place is so hard to comprehend, compared to our own. We started at the Eiffel Tower and then onto the Military Museum, the Louvre and many other sites. Probably could have gone for another three hours and still not seen everything. I ...
We slept a little later to compensate for the 2 am bedtime. Although we arrived back to our hotel room at the same time as 'the kids' (12:30), we enjoyed staying up to chat about our separate evenings and to watch the other countries ringing in the new year on TV. Plus the restaurant next to our hotel still played their celebratory music so it was pointless to try and sleep before their party ended. Our first stop today was to see the beautiful and spacious Luxembourg ...
Liam went to see the Louvre and the rest of Paris, book train to Mannheim, while Meg and I found a suitable place for dinner with Geoff and Merrilyn Quinn. Monday is not a good day for the better restaurants but most cafes are open. The Quinns, who are parents of Amanda McGrath across the road, have been cruising the Donau and Rhine. We had a nice Jurancon sec with salami on the street watching the evening traffic, then had ...