Campanile Roissy Le Mesnil Amelot
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... were so many of us.
When we arrive in Kyiv we'll be met by the OSCE folks and bussed to our hotels and probably all split up again. Looking forward already to a shower and a bed before our briefings start tomorrow.
P.S. Just had one of the best pain au chocolat of my life! At the airport, no less!
Lots of great conversations with people who have done all sorts of interesting international work.
... was good it was a cool 12 degrees and there was a low fog over all the water storages on the farms at daylight coming into land at Charles De Gaule. Anyway - out of this soon and off to the country side in an hour or so. Staying on the river in Bayonne ...
... church the line was around the block to get in and they had video screens up so people could see mass going on. I hadn't seen mass in a while it was good they had some great singers up there European church is much better then American catholic mass if I do say so my self. We then proceeded along the river down to the Eiffel Tower. It was kinda cold today but it was not raining or too windy. So we got to the tower and decided to go up it the line was kinda long but not as ...
5:00 am came very quickly this morning...I think both of us have enjoyed every minute but we're looking forward to sleeping in our own beds.
Jeanne has been a wonderful hostess and so sweet to share her living space with us. I forgot to mention that she took us by her school last night and we got to go inside--very cool!
Our shuttle was waiting for us when we walked out ...
... And I don't know if I've mentioned this previously, but we have been traipsing around in the dark since it doesn't get light until close to 9:00 a.m. and begins to get dark at 4:00 p.m.
There were only 10 people altogether on our tour and we had an English gal named Steph for our guide. She was quite the character--spoke numerous languages, including French, German & a dialect of ...