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... Rod I have hung them out and they should be dry in about a week so we will have to stay one more week in Paris- he said no , he will take to the laundrette. We had done ( well the boys had ) 3 lots of washing in Ireland but I had my own thoughts France would be different and prepared Rod that he would have to both stay and wash then dry clothes. Rod thought I was full of it. It turned out I was right and Rod returns some 2.5 hours later. Just in time for a quick bite as ...
We are now feeling more or less normal again, so it was up early and off to the Grenelle Markets located beneath the overhead Metro station just up the road. Great selection of produce, cheeses, breads, seafood and even a huge urn of bechamel sauce bubbling away from which you can buy a container for the night's meal.
We bought a dozen roses, including a couple of green buds, so the apartment is looking and smelling ...
... travelling 'solo' and being in my own company - I actually like me! hehe
So the next day did not start well, as I wanted to cry with the pain of my illness, but awake at 5:30am I resolved to continue with plans again to visit Versaille Palace. And I'm glad I did - soooo beautiful!! I couldn't help imagining myself living there in the 17th century and all its glory!
Anyway I arrived just before 9am like the ticket man stressed I should, but ...
... were to depart. The irony of me telling one of the group just a few days before that it is always a good idea to take a hotel business card with you so that you know where to come back to or can show it to a taxi driver was not lost on me. No matter how much you have travelled complacency is never a good thing.
Once the second group had departed, and I had said my last "are you sure you have your passports" I retired to my room and never came out. It was room ...
... A guide came past, got very excited about "Australie! Kangaroo!" and pointed us towards a shortcut. I figured by that stage it would be a case of follow the crowd. And it was. So, with Riders of the Storm playing in my head, we paid our respects at the final resting place of the Lizard King himself, Jim Morrison. As it was getting late, we decided against finding the graves of Oscar Wilde and Edith Piaf. They were just too far away. So home it was. And then time for another, um, ...
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