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... in the station and a heated 'sausage roll' which was a 12 inch fat baguette style roll, hollowed out, filled with a good frankfurter and topped with melting hot mustard cheese sauce like on a croque monsier. Nom nom too, especially as the outside of the roll was crispy. I don't know which is worse - finding good food everywhere or not?
Our train trip flew by quickly and before we knew it we were in Paris - it felt familiar and good. Once there ...
... definitely get more comfortable as you head west.
Jenni arrives here on Monday morning, so I have a full day tomorrow to try to get my life sorted. Unfortunately I have to face the fact that in just over two weeks I'm heading back to the real world. This means finding a job. I have my first interview next week. It's time to get my head back into business mode briefly.
This is going to be even more difficult than it sounds.
... waited at their restaurant until I could check in. St. Christopher's Inn was situated in zone 1 of Paris and right next to a canal. The facilities were neat, clean, and fun; I felt safe the entire time. My old fear of hostels is now completely gone! Once I settled in, I headed right back to the metro to make my way to the Eiffel Tower.
The metro I took to get there went above ground while approaching the stop and the view of the Eiffel Tower was astounding. I can't believe ...
... other words required. We had some shopping to do in preparation for the arrival of Ardeth's brother and sister in law (flowers,candles and of course food and wine) so we enhanced our relationship with the local vendors. John G - you would love that we are working our way through the wide selection of patés at the charcouterie place! The cheese shop also continues to be a source of fascinating cheeses - this time surrendering a chabichou and morbier which later was accompanied by ...
... and me to navigate driving on the other side of the road. Shockingly without an accident, we arrived in Dingle. This quaint harborside town has been called the most beautiful place on earth by National Geographic. We spent an entire day driving around the Dingle Peninsula stopping for views of the Atlantic Ocean. Check out the pictures- it would be impossible to describe the beauty. We loved seeing the quintessential thatched roof houses, Irish farms, and charming cliffside ...