EGG Hotel Gonesse
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... 20m long barrels, that could deliver 1 tonne shells into Kent, 40 km away. With the cloud cover, fog and sea mist our visibility was approx 5 km - therefore no White Cliffs of Dover, though Kelly played the song. We meandered along the coast south for another 20 km through farmland before a stop then towards Abbeville, deciding to stay off the main highway in parts to see the smaller villages. ...
... t see the bells as they are being restored but the view from up there was even better (apparently!)
We then used our pass to go down into the crypt which has been turned into an archaeological museum. They have uncovered some of the Roman foundations and had a very interesting display about the history of Paris from Roman times. We have taken a liking to crypts and were a bit disappointed there were no tombs!
... to illustrate their never-ending love. If lovers decide to part, they must find the key to unlock the lock, which is impossible. Therefore, if a couple decides to put their lock on the bridge, it is forever. Who knows how long this will continue though. Alessandro explained that a part of the bridge collapsed due to the weight of the locks, which makes the locks a safety hazard. Other countries have had to ban locks for similar reasons.
... your lunch in the middle of what is essentially a high end supermarket. It is even more interesting to me able to have a glass of wine with your meal when you are surrounded by the refrigerated meats section. Lunch was lovely, and I continued on my way.
I decided against the river cruise today as the weather was awful. It wasn't raining, but it was so overcast that you couldn't see the top of the Eiffel tower. You were actually lucky to be able to see half way up. I've ...
... pedestrians, bikes do not. Crossing roads is a near death experience. You have to watch for bikes, trams, cars, and you have to know which way to look, which we do not. It is mayhem, but ordered by some tradition we cannot understand. We haven't seen any fatalities as yet. We walked to the Van Gogh museum. A breath of fresh air after the Louvre. Helped by an app we downloaded, and our devices, we were all, teens included, able ...