Logis du Pont Neuf
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We woke up happy, relieved and excited. Today was the day that we were putting the workaway behind us. We had brighter days ahead and couldn't wait to start them. We spent the morning planning out the next few weeks of the Europe trip, choosing cities we'd like to visit, so that we could start booking. We were about 12 weeks in to the European …
This morning we went to the Eiffel Tower (or the Iron Lady) first thing. We took the lift up to the second floor and had an amazing view. It was so surreal standing up there knowing I was on the Eiffel Tower. It didn't seem real. Julien took us around pointing out where different museums/attractions were from the 2nd floor and then we had our own time up there. We then went on a bus tour of Paris ...
... have sent us on a different route a couple of times, indicating that the most direct way was still under construction. Thankfully, our maps must be a few years old, and the tracks are well and truly paved and completed, saving us quite a few kms. The only drama was a snake which happened to slither across the path, and which John, distracted by a route sign, ran over. No harm to either it or John, thank goodness. We also saw a couple ...
... is a relief. Today we hardly saw any cyclists, but we did see quite a few boats, some going thru the many lochs along the way. I stopped to take a photo of one, and lo and behold, it had a boxing kangaroo flag on the front. We called out hello, and sure enough they were a couple of Aussies, and we had a little conversation, well as much as you can when you're going in opposite directions. As we are staying in a B and B type place, in the middle of nowhere ...
... riding along that far, with just each other to talk to, but the time passes quickly. John has mastered French, and sings in French as we go along. I don't think they are love songs though as there are lots of Bonjours, Bonsoirs and Mercis. Each bend is different, sometimes we are beside the river, sometimes the canals, sometimes vineyards, farmland etc. there are crops of corn, wheat and something else we don't know. Not many cattle, but we ...