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... I don't want to sound too confident here, but I think Josh and I have finally become quite sufficient in using public transit here in Paris. I love how efficient the trains are! I have yet to see any train or bus run behind schedule.
Now it's time to relax with a glass of wine, and plan out our day for tomorrow. Only one day left in Paris before we head to Beaune! We have to make the most of it!
... all of which were build after the entire town was burnt down in 14th century.The construction of these homes are really something to see, it almost looks like they built one place and then kept adding another and another all joined together all different shapes and sizes and a mixture of materials.The majority are build from the wooden external supports with the limestone mixture in between, occasionally there are some ...
Paid the bill, loaded the bikes and left the underground garage. Straight across the road, into the terminal.
Papers checked and even given a wave through by customs. Bonus!!
We never even queued, we were waved straight on, the only 2 bikes on the sailing.
We were virtually first on the boat save for 4 lorries.
We set up shop in the bar ...
... listening to music. On the outskirts of Paris,
the TomTom took us into a low ceiling height tunnel, even though
there were other signs for the direction we were heading in. It must
have saved us some time however and we rolled into Le Havre very
early, parked up and had time to visit a few bars before choosing a
restaurant where we had great cheap steaks. Later, we were shown
straight onto the ferry and found the one and only bar. It was a
bare bones Brittany ship ...
... was nothing but farm, and dairy land. Lots of cows. It was also a good scouting mission for when we return in almost three weeks. I got to check out the roads, toll booths, and gas pumps. We continued our drive through the British, and Canadian beaches of Sword, Juno, and Gold until we reached Arromanches. The plan was to drop us off to visit the June 6, 1944 Museum in Arromanches, and see the remains of the mulberry harbor. We decided we would rather see war remains ...