Hotel du Pasino
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... avoiding it. Plus it’s more expensive. I think it went well. The waitress didn’t laugh at me so that was good….
I spent a lot of time walking around Lille’s touristy center today and less time in museums. I’m trying to give myself a bit of a break so I won’t get numb to what I see. I did however go to one museum today as, according to whomever I used to do my research for places to go (translation: I ...
... and kind of exciting, though one isn't quite sure why. It is sort of strange to see actual grown ups scrambling all over the place to pick up the stuff thrown overboard. Stan sort of got into it and came up with a so so Festina baseball cap, a green rubber Tour de France bracelet, a washing detergent sample and a coupon for a free baguette. I took pictures. Which are all gone now. When the caravan was done we went into the captainerie for the port and ...
... the water. She was very hesitant at first but once in she thoroughly enjoyed it and jumped in off the boat too. Ella had to be woken up and was really groggy, but still wanted to go in like her big sister and not to be outdone. Ella was a bit cold but determined to stay in the water, until she had to come out for her health’s sake.
It was a wonderful evening of sunshine so we got the dinghy off ST and Steve identified ...
... of a cappuccino and a muffin) for close to an hour, and then try to book tickets on to Luxembourg before they were ready. By the time we went out there, we only had about an hour before we had to leave again. The cab driver gave the guy (Brett? Or Brandon? Canada flag guy) his card and said to call him back when needed. The terrain was really interesting. It looked like there were hundreds of tiny hills, but they were all from artillery fire and grass had grown ...
... the years.
Upon returning to Arras, we bid adieu to our wonderful host and went to catch our train to PARIS! We have arrived safe and sound, it took less than an hour to get there. We found the metro, we're saved by a metro worker when a man approached us trying to be a little too helpful, and made it to our hotel. We are staying in the 8th arrondissement and are taking an early night to restore for the new adventures here in good ol' Paris! Bonne soiree! ...