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... but hopefully not our last visit!
Back on the bus for the long ride back to the ship and again it was pouring rain! That dimmed our ability to see the scenery a bit, but it was still a worthwhile day trip!
This was our last night on board, so we had to pack and put our suitcases out by dinner time and then we went to bed!
The next morning we were off the ship, onto the bus to the airport and flying to Holland to see Aryn and ...
... amp; then yet another train to Pontorson. I had tried to contact the chap where I was staying during the day, as he said some time before that he would pick me up from the station when I arrived. However, I didn’t know that the booking company had told him I had cancelled. Anyway, when I arrived at the station, I thought I might as well start walking to the next village about 5 kilometres away, because I thought he might come to pick me up as I was walking. I got to the ...
Paris is…beautiful, radiant, and so incredibly full of life and history! This was a city I was not the most excited to visit because I had heard such negative things about it. I have been told that it is dirty, expensive, and the people are rude. And all of that is true, but when I looked passed the small unpleasantries, I saw why so many fall in love with this city.
We arrived from Croatia late on the night of the 16th. It was ...
... and from where Dr. Johnson watched and wrote about the Great Fire across the Thames. So much history in these great European cities.
After dinner, I took the tube back to St Pancras and King’s Cross Stations. I still had a little time, so I had a beer in the bar of the Great Northern Hotel between the two train stations. This is where my wife and I stayed during our first visit to London in the late 1980s. It was rather dated and in need of work at ...
... down. Armed security guards pacing the area. Tourists snapping photos from every angle, making this area pickpockets galore. This is the Eiffel Tower. We bought our tickets and got in the massive elevator, which was packed to the brim with other tourists. The elevator slowly clunked its way up the tower to the first floor. The elevator opened its doors to the level as everyone walked out to take photos, dangerously holding their cameras over ...