Campanile Gonesse - Le Bourget
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September 22 Monday Brugge - Calais - Abbeville - Paris A cool overcast morning saw us head off on our last road journey with Sue driving today. A quiet start for our drive to Calais, where we watched the ferries depart for Dover. We followed the coast south for 20 km to Cap Blanc Nez, which after a short walk up to the monument there were 3 large German concrete bunkers that housed 406mm diameter ...
... we can make, "Stitch Live!". MD is awake now and she loves Stitch and Lilo. The show has a live human assistant to Stitch who interacts with the crowd, while Stitch is up on the screen talking to the audience. At first I think its just a well choreographed video with a live person filling in the gaps, but as the show goes on I realize that there is another person doing the voice of Stitch (through synthesizer). As Stitch is calling on children in ...
... of Paris. Most of sights seeing places were just 20 to 30 minutes metro ride away. Nothing specials about Paris metros: Very old looks like rat hole channels comparing to the Moscow metro that each stations built and decorated like chatue du Versailles. Paris Metro system wasn't very beautiful but were functioning very well and always on time I think that is what really matters. City is filled with tourist hardly see Parisians they understandably ...
... good-bye, then went to the club for an hour before my flight to Newark. I met Kyla in Newark. We went to the club for nibbles.
Our flight to Paris was on-time from Newark...neither of us slept, really, which will make jetlag bad. I've become so good at sleeping on the flight to Europe, but six and a half hours is just not enough time (even with lay-flat seats). I was also having more of my dizzy spells, which made me too stressed to sleep well.
6/1/14 One day in Amsterdam. Showery. We long to try our luck/sanity with hiring of the bikes, but it would be hair raising. No helmets. The bikes are all touring bikes, no gears, with wide comfy seats with springs and high handlebars. Locals ride with young children in wooden boxes strapped to the front of the bike, or dogs! Some (girls) ride in short skirts and stilettos, chatting on phones. From what we can work out, trams give ...