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... nice. I then got ready to meet Amanda in Saint-Ouen. I was looking up things to do in France since it's the holiday. There is a flea market with all sorts of interesting things there. They had purses, shoes, clothes, and then they had antiques and all sorts of furniture. It was an interesting experience, but a good place to get souvenirs and things. There were also a lot of people selling things on the street, which is annoying. I tend to ...
... the furthest distance to drive. We woke up reasonably early to get a head start on the day, we over-filled our bellies at the breakfast which was once again incredible, packed our bags and jumped into the car and made our way towards Perth. There wasn't a whole lot to see on the drive towards Perth as we drove along the motorway for majority of the way so when we stopped at a small town called Pitlochry to stretch our legs, empty our blades and buy some lunch from a bakery, ...
... if we have to sleep outside on the footpath. Eventually we are given the key to our room, and we relax again. I say to Issy that I think it is just as well we didn't arrive any later. The hotel is right next to the Eiffel Tower and we have a great view of it from our small balcony. Issy says that the Eiffel Tower is not as big as she thought it would be.
We decide that we will get some laundry done. I admit to Issy under intense interrogation that I have ...
... really good, and pretty inexpensive too. Sandwich, pastry, drink all for 6.50 euro.) And speak lots of french of course. I hadn't slept that much the night before, because I still felt bad for having left a pan on the stove, so I was pretty tired. It was nice to go though, and I no longer feel bad for not going to see the Louvre (because I've seen it before, and I'm honestly not sure I would like it more now that I'm older.) As the french would say, "Je suis inculte" (or ...
... table big enough for my family when a few more daughter in laws come along, it just wouldn't fit in my house. We left to find something to eat before catching the bus back and Alf did have 1/2 bottle of Champagne burning a hole in his bag, so I went to the take away, the French have a different time frame, getting food is a process, a very slow process, so Alf sat down and waited and waited. Baguettes in hand we ...