Crecy Golf Hotel
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... late in the afternoon before heading out for dinner. Had a pre dinner drink and then walked up an alley way and settled in to an inviting restaurant. Chatted to a group of people from Oz that were fun to talk too. Checked the time and couldn't believe it was after 10 already. Shortly after, said our good byes and had a night cap on our way back to our ...
D-Day ceremonies in Paris Dawn and I Saw the French horse guard marching through town. Police and soldiers were all over downtown today. Did not see the queen lay a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arc of Triumph. Obama and Putin will dine separately with Hollande tonight, then all are going to Normandy ...
... to the airport for 4 euro compared to the outrageous 48 euro that a cab charges to get there. The bus was late and I started to get worried about having not left much time for getting through airport security and all of that. We arrived later than expected but security took about 5 seconds to get through--- it seems to be the general theme in Rome that they just do not really worry about anything and apparently airport security fits right in there with the rest of it. ...
... the business district of Paris. I enjoyed a bottle of Champagne that evening (yes, the real stuff - because we all know that any "sparkling" bought outside of the Champagne Region is not referred to as "Champagne" don't we!!!!!). We then met with Teeva at a lovely "modern" French restaurant for a beautiful dinner care-of DCD. I tried Razor Clams (aka: Chinese Finger shells - collected when I was little on the beach) for the first time. Yum.
Tuesday - ...
... we needed to catch the train back to London. This was indeed brave as we were dragging my case which was also holding the carry bag Jo had brought. We took turns in the drag but mostly Jo did all the work because of my knee. It took us about 90 minutes but we walked the full length of Paris and arrived at Gar Du Nord with enough time to eat lunch at a local cafe. It was very nice and very convenient and didn't need dinner when we arrived home.
When we boarded the train Jo ...