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... I packed up ... I do have a process .....everything seems to have a place...I am kind of obsessing about keeping enough room in the top box to put me helmet in for when I go wander about when I stop. This lock that I have to carry around is a pain....but I figured a way to it all working. Seems I have packed enough socks for once....no chasing socks around in the morning....great workout but stressful. I am also glad I remembered to bring me outlet ...
Yuk weather at Dover meant delays on the ferries.
Horrendous seas meant we slowed right down, lots of green faces and kids running riot. Then there was no berth for us at Calais and we had to hang around outside the port.
Once docked we were off quickly. No one to show our passports to and no one in ...
... at the many places offering said baked good and after comparing about 10 different bakeries we settled on one with "croissant" in the name. We made a good choice. The croissants were amazing. So flaky and buttery. John's favorite part is the little dough part on the top that is skinny. He calls it the tail. I don't know why. My favorite part would be either end because that is where the dough is the most rolled together. Yum. John has been wanting this for ...
... night Meaghan and I had our amazing dinner in the Eiffel Tower at the Juels Fern restaurant. The view, food and service was unbelievable making for one of my most memorable dinners yet. (Pictures of the dinner are on meaghans Facebook) The last day in Paris consisted of exploring the amazing Montmarte district in Paris. Plenty of crepes, snails and authentic French was eaten! We are off to London for a night and then to Brussels, Belgium for the epic TOMORROWLAND ...
... one of those literary types. But, this experience solidified in my mind the real need to learn a little more French before we come back, if for no other reason than to be able to understand details concerning our rooms! When we first began traveling overseas (23 years ago!) we would occasionally get a room with a shared bath. While it was never really a problem for us, for the past 15 years or so we have always gotten only rooms with a private bath. I think I am spoiled, and ...