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Wonderful to see this Rodin ..... finally! Thank you .... again... Sr Patricia!
We missed the riot. Apparently a number of Africans were injured in a riots on the night before we departed ..... attacked by the Albanians who have dominance in the lorry car park. Luckily we were up at Europe Cite .... which was unfortunately closed on that Sunday. The shopping opportunities are passing me by! Alas!
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... to the pub area where a continental breakfast was to be ready for us. While. I raved about the breakfast yesterday, this morning's offerings were quite the disappointment. Only some turkey slices, bread, toast, croissant, yogurt and cereals. We only had some croissants and juice or coffee.we definitely drew the short end of the stick with today's breakfast options. When we arrived down in the lobby, our fellow travellers were beginning ...
Totally misjudged the pack down time, resulting in a mad scramble for the port. Got up in time but lost track. Made it though, straight on the boat. Hank had a monster breakfast, I had croissants (bit queasy) Ben had mouthfuls of everyone else's and grapes, Bells had a good go at a bowl of crunchy nut cornflakes. Arrived in France about 9 and currently on route to Le Mans. Quite a few wee stops and a bit of a longer/stretch legs/play stop. Just had a gorgeous jambon/emmental baguette. ...
We were going to take a wonderful picture of the white cliffs of Dover as our last view of England for three weeks but we couldn't see them in the mist! After a very quick ferry crossing, we were faced with driving on the right for the first time. Beeped at several ralliers as we passed them and spent the night in Wetteron (between Ghent and Brussels) after a lovely meal of Moules ...
... figure a century later. The figures will be built (in 2018) into a large installation in what is now a public park near Ypres (on the Front Line of 1914-1918). We were on the team which started the afternoon with clay work. The clay came in cylinders about 100mm diameter and 300mm long and at ideal moisture content for working. Each piece had to be cut into two equal lengths with a cheese wire device on a wooden block. On your work bench, roll it in sand and ...