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Travel Blogs from Roissy
... and in the words of Agatha Christie .......
Your travel life has the essence of a dream
It is something outside the normal, yet you are in it
It is people with characters you have never seen
and in all probability will never see again
It brings occasional loneliness, homesickness and pangs of long
But you are a Viking
Who has gone into a word of adventure
And home is not home until you return
... the Rhone which nearly lived up to expectations. Our apartment in Sydney has been having subsidence troubles so we have been dealing with the committee and managers organising an extraordinary meeting to raise funds.It all seems to work via iPad, fax skype, etc. We are hopeful of a satisfactory outcome before the wall falls down. All Blacks test tomorrow. Go the ...
... of what was to come. Out of no where we reached the portion of the tunnel that held the bodies and we had a moment of anticipation before we crossed over. It took a while to register that the millions of bones stacked along the walls belonged to real people, particularly as they were arranged in so many decorative patterns, some skulls even forming a love heart on the wall. The remains went for much longer than expected and we walked with the ...
... people in wheel chairs were being knocked about. We lost Hattie at one point but when we regrouped we decided to go back to ST to get ready for the evening’s big event, the fireworks at the Eiffel Tower.
The plan was to go back via the Metro to the Eiffel Tower to see the big Firework Display BUT the people who were moored next to us said the best views and closeness was to go by boat. We had heard people did this but we thought ...
... several times and that's when she walked away and pulled the same stunt on another tourist. And then another and another... Should have just taken the ring and ended it right there. We walked along the Seine river to the tower and I was in awe of the structure itself. We found a spot on the grass at the base and decided to just lay there in the sun. Couldn't have asked for a nicer day and Erin wanted to nap. 10,000 mikes later we decided we had enough walking ...