Formule 1 Parc des Expositions
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... canal towpaths relatively quickly (the le greens Glastonbury playlist was very helpful!) before stopping in Marckolsheim for a snack, never seen anyone polish off 30 Jaffa cakes as quickly as simon did... No need for ice creams it's been very cold today ( a chilly 24 degrees) and we aren't used to it! We then continued along canals where on two occasions we got soaked by stray water cannons from the crops in the field, how nice ...
My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...
... cover of the Who's Baba O'Reily with thick Italian accents. Our patience was limited and we returned back to the b&b for a well earned rest. The trip has gone by so fast but we can safely say that we will most definitely return to Italy. Tuscany and Piemonte have a balance of things we enjoy the most together - good food and wine and spectacular walks. We are now in Germany with its much more civilized road system and we may no longer fear for our lives (or Dale's) each time we set ...
... of the war. There are red and black Nazi swastikas on all the buildings and big, black German military cars in front of them. A few days after these were taken most of the town was destroyed in a huge bombing raid by the Allies. The big entrance tower to the town and the buildings immediately next to it are still there but all the surrounding streets are new. Chris was horrified to see a McDonalds in one of the beautiful, historic buildings still ...
... entrance hall sounds like a wind chime but is actually
a pond with about 50 plates bumping into one another- good idea for
the pool! There was also Picasso, a movie of Fred Astaire, weird
shadow letters that you were supposed to read but impossible with my
French, mirror pictures and weird light effects.
We had a bit of trouble navigating in
Metz and ended up in a bus area so am hoping there were no cameras