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... with John and Carole to do our own thing in the morning and meet at about 1 pm. Also, I forgot to mention the weather - of eternal interest to a tourist. They predicted rain for yesterday afternoon, so we took umbrellas, and It actually held off till after we had eaten last night. There were a few raindrops in the short distance between the restaurant (very nice Japanese food) and the theatre, but when we emerged at 10.45 it ...
... not that poor girls fault, and we did as instructed and proceeded to our boarding gate. I was first up when the Turkish airlines staff came to man the gated after all I had to get in front of 10 others also on standby. Anyways all ended well and I remained calm and the perfect Aussie traveller. Then.... Hello Paris! I think I had my mouth open the entire time once we hit the inner city where we are staying. This city is amazing. We checked into our cute ...
... to the airport. We stopped by Anna's house first to switch cars and because she wanted to see me off at the airport. But Anna and Frank pretty much argued the whole way there so I just watched the clouds float by on my way to the airport.
Right now, I am on a flight to Vienna, Austria and I hope to find somewhere to watch the USA Belgium game once I ...
... from the restaurant, along a street running next to the Seine, both of us were struck by the amount of daylight visible at 9:30 in the evening. In fact, at 10:00 it was still not totally dark on our patio. It's the northerly latitude of Paris that accounts for the longer periods of daylight at this time of year, so we'll have even more time to be outdoors, assuming we can still manage to hobble around!
It's great to be back in Paris...again!
... the first floor and I can hear people coming up and hold my breath in anticipation of the damage my launched missile may cause. Propped the door open because the key is a pain, found the bottle complete with hole in bottom, leaking like crazy, running up the stairs to get it in the sink, close the door and then do a freak out that I left the key in the door on the outside and you can't open from inside without the key. Oh ****! Have no phone and only way to contact landlady ...