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... the other day from the metro). They told me wheels are not covered under the warranty – I read it when I got home, and by the sounds of it, nothing is covered! They gave me the address of a repair store they use (I bet the repair place gets a stack of business of them!!), and will have to see about getting some new wheels – It will likely end up costing me as much as the suitcase did. I will find out Monday as they are not opened Sunday.
On the way ...
... as the queues were moving very slowly.
Well – This Palace is and was magnificent and photographs do not do it justice. John took over 700 photos and said this was the most he had taken in a day by a long shot. This was also a major highlight of the tour and we spent about 2.5 hours here touring through it and listening about its history. It was truly an interesting and generally a well-known tale.
The quality of the architecture, ...
... comes to visit him?
- Playing soccer with a little rock for the best part of 20 minutes, the mum behind us joined in when it went her way, what a lass!
- Hoping we didn't misread the sign and end up at the 'cat combs' museum, but not being overly disappointed if we did, how many combs would there be?
The catacombs themselves are cold, it's amazing to think there are 6 million bodies worth of bones down there, these days there are closed off ...
... me that, then he gave us one time usage tickets which got us to the correct side of the station. Of course the whole time I am getting oh great comments from Robyn. We get to the Eiffel Tower with about 20 minutes to spare and Robyn starts talking to other people who are also on the tour. The tour guides show up and tell us they will be splitting the group into two because of the size. They ...
... the best market we visited) and Domme (a phenomenal town perched in the hills). We cooked at Red Shutters, enjoyed having the owners over for wine and pate, and visiting them in their home. And by the way, did I say that we ate great food? Crepes in Les Ezyies, duck in Bergerac, pork in a little restaurant right near St. Alveres, pork roast cooked by Laura and Renee at home and the discovery of walnut cake in Domme.
Yesterday we said a ...