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... sleep, she should guard her food better. Landed bang on time. Took a long time for the bags to come through And then we rang for the Shuttle Bus... And had a 15 minute wait for that. Bit of confusion though. This is what happens when you travel with a young one. I was looking for a small van with 'Parishuttle' on the side. The one with me with the good eyesight saw a man with the 'Parishuttle' Logo on his ...
We checked out the local fare. On Sunday's they have a massive street market. Stalls line the street near out hotel. You can buy anything - shirts, fish, hair products, flowers, crepes, anything! Gav and I went for coffee and croissants - 15 E. Then back to the room and collected the sleeping beauties. We headed for breakfast then took the metro to ...
... so we had already seen one side of the Pantheon so we saw the other. Walked passed the University building the Sorbonne.
Decided then we would have another go at looking inside Notre Dame. This is why we didn't.
Neville saw these old Roman ruins in the Latin Quarters.
... has seen. At this point the stadium was 3/4 full, but right when the match ended, we noticed people began to pour in. We knew Verdasco was there to take on most of the crowd's fellow countryman, Michael Llodra. What we didn't realize was that this was Llodra's farewell match. The fans were electrifying as they supported one of their own, but surprisingly just as courteous in applauding Verdasco's brilliant play. Short ...
... on our own, but we'll do that next time. If you are going, call me, and I'll give you some tips. But people if you are in France, by all means, go to Normandy! It's a trip of a lifetime.
Tomorrow, we are up and out of here and on to mustard country. Did you guess? Dijon. OK, here's why. Originally scheduled to head to Marseilles. The wonderful French (I told you they don't like Eurail Passes) would get us there in 11 hours and ...