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... barriers. One barrier is from the plane to the passport area. Another is from the Passport to the baggage. Once out of the baggage area you are free to exit the airport. You can go up and down but can't move to another terminal as far as I could see.
So my next challenge was to find the Super Shuttle as I reserved a shared shuttle to drive me to my hotel. My confirmation said someone would be there with a sign or I should call. When I got out I didn't ...
... officers with guns. Full on commandos with berets, military fatigues, and huge machine guns. Its somewhat unnerving the first time you see it. And IMHO quite pointless. I would guess that the purpose of having these guys around is for security. But really now. If you’re a terrorist looking to create, then having these armed Christmas Trees running around the urban forest would only make them more conspicuous (to hide from or to target). And given how ...
Today we had made plans to meet Dee's niece, Danielle, for lunch at a cafe on the butte in Montmartre. Dee has not seen Danielle, who is living in the Montmartre area at the moment, for more than twenty-years, so it should be a great reunion. We agreed to meet at Le Cepage Montmartrois, a popular cafe on rue Caulaincourt, where Dee and I had eaten several times during our past trips to Paris.
We got a bit of an ...
... a local cafe/bistro with beer, wine and a plate of cheese and cold meats the perfect end to our Paris stay. Needless to say we slept well last night.
Anyway it's now 9am and we're off to Bayeux this morning to see what the next leg of our adventure might bring. Au revoir Paris and goodbye to you bloggers too.
With love, T&K.
ps we'll add photos once we find a decent wifi connection.
Yesterday was a grueling day for the tour participants, particularly the tour director, who arose this this morning in a near comatose state (refer to accompanying photo). As a result, no formal agenda was in the offing. Not to be denied, however, the girls showed remarkable chutzpah by venturing out on a shopping spree for several hours.
Among the disparate items and paraphernalia acquired on their travels were a decent corkscrew (the one in the ...