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... a year for quotes for the work on their little cottage and have asked Stefan and I if we could help do some decorating because they would like to have things done by Christmas!
It is so long since I have written that I have almost forgotten what has happened here. It’s all been a bit of a blur with Stefan’s mum dying back in the UK and my folks here for 10 days. French weather has been very fickle this year with glorious days of 30+ followed by severe temperature ...
... go leaving all the climbs behind and getting ready to set off for Paris.
So here we are in our Paris apartment in the first arrondissement, a stone's throw from the Louvre.
Tomorrow we will find a place to watch the finish of the TDF and the womens race in the arvo Beforehand we will wander the streets for a bit and decide on what are our must sees.
... in 778ad as a fortress by the Romans. In the 11th century it became a residence of the count go Bigorre. In the 14th century it was extended to encompass more dwellings. It then became a prison in the 16th century. Incredible to see history of that age. We then walked through the town towards the funicular. It is a rail system that goes up a 56% slope pulled by a cable that is counter balanced by the other train, so at half way the carts pass each other on the split track. We went to ...
... The Aussie in the pics holding the boxing kangaroo flag had purchased his van in the UK for $1000 pounds and has been traveling in it since April watching both the Giro and TDF going from stage to stage.
He's traveling in it for another two months and said its a great way to see Europe.
The TDF sponsors parade came through around 3pm and Mich got in the action nabbing a few ...
... English friends. We also met a Dutch father with his two daughters who are on a short hiking holiday, and there was a French couple sitting at our table. So the mix of languages was interesting. After a good meal we went to bed early (as usual) in our dormitory which had 16 beds which were all occupied. There were several of these and in total about 35 people spent the night in the refuge. Kathy and Hans Stats: Distance: 14 km Total ascent: 1250 meters Total descent: 240 ...
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