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A good run this morning, twice around Parc Monceau!! And just as well! Its white truffle season so a phone call to Tim to ask whether Il Vino would do just pasta with truffle. Tim replied "of course" so I rang marg and rob to see if they wanted to be part of this pasta and white truffle lunch and maybe a glass of wine! "We're in" was their reply! Might have known really. Il vino is a very smart restaurant over in the ...
... apartment, omg delicious. It was fun to sit and watch the locals come in and then head across the street to an artisan fromage to get their cheeses. Very nice area. We decided it was too much to walk all over Paris so we headed to the bike rentals that are all over the city. This trip we finally have a credit card with a chip ( Europe is far ahead of us on this!). The only thing is the computer system then operates them is ...
... in ostentatiousness. Lots of gold, frilly bits and incredibly ornate and we didn't even see the inside! The gardens were incredible and well maintained. By this time we'd had enough of palaces and took a couple of days to travel to Friedrichshafen to visit the mecca of cycling - Eurobike. Eurobike is a bike industry trade show held annually in the unassuming town of Friedrichshafen and it's huge. My main objective for attending was ...
... the Eiffel Tower.
After that, I grabbed my ticket for the River Cruise, which I will use Sunday I think, maybe at night. Then I looked for the Sewer Museum, which is something included in the Paris Pass. I searched for it for about 30 minutes and couldn't find it. So I gave up. I didn't think it was a major attraction anyway, but I was nearby so thought why not?
I've yet to see the Eiffel all lit up at night. Maybe tonight. Tomorrow I will go to ...
... at all the lovely things to buy, and lamented that as pilgrims we shouldn't be shopping! Now we're back in our pretty room listening to bird song, and Norm is beginning to snore, Tomorrow's plan is simple, we will arrange the transit of our extra bags, arrange our first night on the trail accommodations, in Roncevalles and our last night in Burgos so we can meet up with our stuff. I need to double check that our gear is all ...