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... of the Seine to gather our breath, before we crossed over the river and headed towards the Arc de Triomphe - the amazing sights just kept coming. We stopped once more en route for another drink (code for free wifi) to catch up on the world (see if Geelong won), then continued on. The Arc de Triomphe is massive, and like pretty much all of Paris (no, not you Centre Pompidou), absolutely beautiful. But the traffic going around it is absolutely insane, I don't know how they ...
... intermediate sprint of his last
Tour de France, after which a crash occurred in the peloton. Runner up
Jean-Christophe Péraud (AG2R-La Mondiale) slipped in a curve and a got
fright with 43km to go. With the help of three team-mates, he made his
way back to the pack five kilometres further. Four riders took ...
Versailles Decided today to take a train to the palace of Versailles, great decision. Half of France was there along with most of China! It was magnificent the Palace and the surrounding gardens are breath taking. You see the pictures but until you are there you don't realise the magnitude of the place. It started to rain when we were queuing for tickets, the wait was only about an hour, not too bad by Paris ...
... bus home. Well not quite home, coffee first then on to Rose Bakery to buy a quiche and salad for Steph for her dinner and some lovely raspberries and strawberries. Call from Tim asking if we wanted to join him and Ron for lunch at La Pantruche which is in our neighbourhood, well we had to walk past the door to get home, so why not! We all took the plat du jour and a dessert for 19euro. A delicious roast breast ...
... tip him cause we don't know for sure that he was there...you know...in that place, the place called cahoots!) 12 E. So without having to pay that "finders fee", it would have been an extremely reasonable trip. LESSON #1 - don't go with a gypsy women in the train station who claims to have a taxi company, and then wants to charge a "reservation fee" for finding you a line of cabs at a different station door. I guess we could have stiffed her...but who knows...the cab driver ...