Chateau de Marechal de Saxe
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... We certainly wouldn't have made it across the surface alive, so took the tunnel that got us to the centre. It was good to see they acknowledged how amazing I am by having my name on it. I felt pretty special! Once we'd taken that in, we crossed under the road again, and strolled the length of the Champs-Élysées all the way down to the Place de la Concorde, which was a pretty long distance actually, but took us back towards the old centre of the city. It was ...
... br> with 36km to go: Richie Porte (Sky), Michael Morkov (Tinkoff), Josť
Serpa (Lampre) and Armindo Fonseca (Bretagne).
Kittel makes it four
Morkov and Serpa insisted as long as they could. Porte was the last
member of this breakaway to be caught, with 7.5km to go. His compatriot
... the wind joined in, luckily we had the forethought to take our coats. We really enjoyed Versailles and would consider staying there rather than Paris next time we come back. Back to our unit we had to wash both had nearly runout of clothes. Had a little rest before we heading out to dinner and the Moulin Rouge. The World Cup is huge here and finding a restaurant with a free table wasn't easy, but we persisted ...
... on spinach and grand mariner soufflé for the boys and strawberries, sable and strawberry sorbet for me. Couple of bottles of wine of course. Then it was a quick metro ride to meet up with Laurence at the Tuileries as the annual garden exhibit was on and she had some free passes. It was interesting but probably would have gone if she hadn't organised entry. Anyway back home to pick up Stephs dinner and ...
... been "in cahoots" with her. And, trust me, "in cahoots" is not a place you want to be when you don't speak the language!! :( We have a conveniently located hotel on the edge of the 9th and 2nd arrondissement. When we checked in we were told not once, not twice, not three times, but at least 5 times to be careful of pickpockets when out and about. LESSON #2 - don't let the paranoia totally ruin your visit. We headed out tonight expecting an encounter at every turn, but there ...