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... you get near Naples then the tunnels start happening. The first one was five kms long and then we passed thru two more but they weren't as long. These tunnels save enormous amounts of time climbing mountain ranges in Europe.
From the car Naples appears huge and dirt poor. Its probably not really all like that but the areas we drove thru were very average to poor housing areas and then we even saw an area of slums which was very sad to see.
As we made ...
... London organising myself. Pulled off the road into a moonlit wheat field somewhere south of Calais and tried to sleep it off.
Woke up at 5.30 raring to go, I was definitely going to make breakfast ... pulled over again after half an hour as more sleep was required.
Woke up at 10.00 raring to go, I was definitely going to make lunch.
Mum had written excellent directions on the back of ...
... hot, we did ensure we took numerous breaks to eat ice cream and sit for a break!! later in the day around 4:30pm we stopped at a cafe and handsome supper while we waited for our evening tour to start.. It was a boat ride along the Seine river ( they are called Bateau- mouches) That was for about 1 hour. It was great! Although I've been to Paris several times and lived there, I had never been on one of these river cruises.. It was so fun!! There was French ...
... the Seine was pleasant, and we sought refuge from the chaos in one of the Museums gardens for a while. All this trekking has inflammed a very old injury of Vik's and he found it quite painful to walk, as his instep was swollen and sore. It was a good excuse to find yet another cafe for lunch - salads this time! As is the custom, you sit almost shoulder to shoulder with the locals. Every waiter we have encountered seem to have eccentric ...
... and headed off to find accommodation, after quite a few beeps and a finger from other drivers, we found a lovely little place in the back street from the main centre of town. We were told to head down to escargot restaurant for our snail experience! Well we did it, and really tasted not much more than garlic, herbs and I guess soft chicken meat! The meal was nice, but nothing as adventurous as when Hazel and David has taken us ...