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... doors was stuck open and they couldn't get it closed. We waited another 15 minutes then there was another announcement and everyone got up and got off the train. We just followed the American ladies who were following the French ladies and we all rushed to another platform and another train. We all piled in and we crossed our fingers and hoped that we had done the right thing. Finally 40 minutes late the train set off. This is our second problem with ...
... as we power east to Paris. Some of the way we are alongside the Seine (as both Rouen and Giverny are), mostly through towns, and it's not a TGV, more like an inter urban, going very fast but certainly feels like it, rocking and rolling! It's still grey and overcast, and I'm getting tired of my limited warmer clothes and could have left the shorts at home! We'll arrive at Paris St Lazare about quarter to 7. Looking forward to a good dinner, and a good sleep in St Germain des ...
... traffic jam of mhs all waiting to get out. In the end the German had to reverse his giant mh with car being towed behind. By the time the gendarmes arrived we were on our way leaving the Germans looking embarrassed. Well, at least they got their own back at the football!
Now sitting on a very nice aire in Neufchatel en Bray thanks to Victoria, our very own Trip Advisor, watching Brazil v Colombia. Parfait!
... but I haven’t bought a white top for ages.
Mary and I then took the Metro and picked up our City Vision bus tour to
Giverny to Monet’s Garden and house. What magnificent countryside Paris has –
very green and lush. It does seem like a wealthy country. The bus tour was very
Claude Monet’s house ...
... lush! Monet's house was quite large but totally packed with visitors... hard to even breathe once inside.
It was close to impossible to take a photograph without a crowd which was disappointing, but it's easy to see why it's so popular!
It was a lovely day & the trip back to Fosseuse uneventful and faster than we expected... A time for a rest before we look for some dinner in a nearby town.
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