HotelF1 Bretigny Sur Orge
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After waiting around fro a few hours we headed across to the railway station from the hotel where I realised we didn't leave until 2.30 not 1.30. Thousands of people everywhere. Just like a busy airport. Finally we cleared immigration and got on the Eurostar train. Again a bit like a plane. Once we started moving we were quietly motoring along at 154 to 210 kph. I thought this was quite ...
... with the new SIM card was that my phone had to be shut off and I didn't have access to it, so I didn't have access to my map. I thought I would've had a functioning phone and would've been fine to get back home.
So I started walking, the wrong way of course. I turned myself around and walked the other direction. I saw some Metro stations that sounded familiar but they weren't the one I was looking for. I asked people for help and by ask, I ...
... As well as being very large it is also very disorderly. There is a wide roped off area in front of the painting, but it is still chaotic. There is lots of pushing and shoving and everyone is trying to take photos from as close as they can get. There are lots of security guards trying to establish a bit of order. They also tell the crowd to be quiet. I'm not quite sure why. We're not in a church. I try to take a picture of the crowd from the side so that I have a momento ...
... We lunched in the shade on a veranda and the service was really good. Winners - M 41 pts, W 31pts. After returning to the hotel, I watched Wimbledon while Derek walked the streets for two hours. He climbed to the top of L'Arc de Triomphe, visited George V hotel and generally soaked it all up. After showers, we headed out for dinner at 8.15. Just a pizza and then bed by ...
... the British memorial at Thiepval - there was an excellent audio-visual display there which portrayed the various battles of the Great War. We drove on to Peronne, where we had lunch (after 2 pm!) in the Peronne WWI museum cafe. This museum was beautifully set out and we saw an exhibition detailing the Australian Imperial Forces' involvement in the Western Front battles. It was then a 2 hour trip back to Paris, mainly on the motorway. The driver ...