Campanile Paris XI Bastille
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... fog that we woke to is starting to lift so hopefully our flight will still be on time.
Nope, that fog was persistent and an announcement to say our flight was delayed one hour.
They then began boarding at 11.45am which was confusing, but we sat on the aircraft until 2.00pm before taking off.
Once the fog had lifted they then told us the conveyor belt system for luggage for ...
... this blog... So Catherine picked us up at the airport and it was so wonderful to see her again!! Her hubby at the time of my stay in 1986, Francois has passed away ( very sad for me!!)... I cried when I saw her. I have such fond memories of my time with this family.. Very special...
Anyway Catherine and mom got to meet.. Catherine does speak some English and although she hasn't spoken it for 20+ years, she is doing great!! My French definitely needs some WD ...
... old & slow. Fortunately we are on the first floor, so without luggage the stairs are looking good. Also very fortunate is the fact we don't have a cat as we wouldn't be able to "swing it" in the room... But as long as it's clean :) Once settled in, we went for a walk to get our bearings and work out where we have to go tomorrow for our first tour, the bike tour of Versailles. As it turns out the route is quite straightforward, but takes just over an hour, ...
... Sainte-Chapelle, , Invalides, , and home. Joe said hi and shook hands with some Paris firemen and made great friends with our lunch waiter. For my bday supper we went to a burger joint on our street. Then Rachelle and I bought some wine and desserts to share. Over 16000 steps today and I'm feeling pretty tired. It's a mellow night of tired ...
... stop at a local grocery store to buy some basic items for the apartment. After finally moving in to our place, Dee and my cousin Reenie more or less collapsed, pretty much exhausted, so little else was accomplished today except for some unpacking.
But it's great to be back in Paris again, and the weather (at least today) was gorgeous. We'll try recharging our batteries overnight, and then go at it in earnest ...