Ibis Budget Marne la Vallee Chelles
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... to France to get surgery on his brain tumor, and is honestly miraculously alive...) and he told me he would bring another helmet. I wasn't sure if I wanted him to remember, but after class he told me he was ready to go, and I very very awkwardly got on the back of his bike and rode around for 10 minutes. It was awesome, seriously, so much fun, though I think I would have to drive a car. He tells me sometime, we can go to a "street where there are no cars" and I can drive ...
... The Paris metro is a little tougher to figure out as there are more line changes and stuff isn't as clearly marked, but we made it work. Off to the arc de triumph first, what a massive structure that is! Wow! The traffic that surrounds it also is wow.. It's like a giant round about with 5 lines and no one really has a lane.. Brutal. To access the arc you need to go under ground as there are no crosswalks that big to get to the middle of ...
... and many of the other diners in the restaurant spent a substantial amount of time staring at our cheese. You are supposed to catch the tsunami of melting cheese as it falls off the block, and eat it with various other food items. We had potatoes and cured meats, and it was delicious. Tomorrow we unfortunately leave Paris. We both have big travel days ahead of us, so I should sign off and wish you bonsoir so that I can catch some ...
... damp and chilly weather was probably responsible for that. We bundled into our windbreakers and warm hats, and passed through a tunnel under the main road to find the lily ponds. I was surprised to first encounter a large stand of very tall bamboo, on a small island with the stream running around it. However, lots of the edging fence is made of bamboo, and later in the house we saw Monet's collection of over 100 Japanese prints, so it fell into context for me. It was lovely ...
... I couldn't quite finish mine, but Treas seemed to manage ok.... Then we wandered some more and finally departed at about 4pm, walked a few blocks into what seemed like down-town Nairobi, and then found a Metro and got the hell out of there... We thought that since it was on the way home, we'd go and get an Eye-full of the Tower..... Well....If the previous stop was Nairobi, this was Mogadishu.... Let's try to spot another whitey... Wow! And, by ...