Campanile Villejust - ZA Courtaboeuf
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... mind boggling. The Tour de France raced by the Eiffel Tour while I was up there and I caught it by surprise.
I descended the tower by stairs to get the full experience. I hung around the first level a bit then proceeded all the way down. I only had to stop and wait a few times going down for the Asian tourists who like to pose in front of everything and have people snap their pictures, whether it is in front of a famous painting or going down the narrow ...
... I yelped a super super local Basque food place and convinced a friend to go with me. note to self: basque food is HEAVY. It was pretty good, but afterwards I felt like a lump. I went home early after that, but later found out I missed a killer night at Cafe Oz, which was sad, but I had to get up early for Ultimate frisbee the next day, and I was pretty tired. Sleep=health=happiness.
I went to an international frisbee game with an ambassador ...
Even the driver who met me - such a luxury- had an impossible task finding the hotel. Roadworks which I suppose abound in all cities made the approach extremely difficult. Actually after giving me quite an unscheduled tour of the environs he unceremoniously parked the car, signalled to me to follow and we continued on foot with him racing ahead and me trying to keep pace. Within striking distance of Citadines a thank you was given and ...
... dinner later in the week and we finished off the day with some lamb chops and asparagus for dinner, just a taste of home, delicious For those of wondering if the French lessons have been worthwhile we can say that it has helped a little with day to day conversations and enormously with our understanding of newspapers, television and signage in museums etc. The French still launch straight into English when they hear our ...
... quickly in a duck walk so I didn't hit my head on the ceiling. Then the entrance to the ossuary. Finally. Gotta say the bones were pretty cool. And so was the air. Hope I didn't pick up some bone mold in my weakened lung state :-) We made it through and couldn't find a damn restaurant to sell us lunch because it was five minutes after three. We picked up a panini at a street vendor who thought Aidan was ...