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... a cab to Garre Paris (the same station we came to via Eurostar). After waiting for 45 minutes (had train station bfast) our train platform was announced and we boarded. Our Eurotrain booth had 2 chairs facing the other 2 all reclined. The train left promptly at 825 am and once clear of Paris accelerated to almost 300 Km/hr!!! I was both excited and amazed. The speed was exhilarating. We sped by cars on adjacent freeways as though they were stationary. ...
... I have been paying as much attention to directions as I know Ness has it sorted, so eases my mind from having to think for a change . We grab a pasta and some red wine of course and the wind is howling down the street ...knocks over the empty glass and we have to eat fast before the pasta get cold ...yum best ever ... Final feast and moments with ma girl ...gonna miss having her around ...we've done really well being together ...
... station. After trudging down the street (and seeing this amazing church along the way) we finally reached the hotel only to be told the room wasn't ready and to come back between 2-3pm. I was expecting this as the check in did say 3pm and we were a little early. So we dropped our bags and went for a wander. Mainz was a really nice town, we wandered down the river not really knowing what we were looking for, but we found some nice churches and there was a very nice open mall where ...
... a girl in hiding. Believe me, only a story as strong as Anne Frank's would induce me to stand in a queue in a bitter wind, occasionally being pelted by hail, for three hours before we even got to the cash desk.
The queue lasted for ever. Friends were made in that queue, people got engaged, and divorced; the man behind us wrote the sequel to War and Peace, world poverty was solved by the think-tank group on the corner by the hot-dog stand, a ...
Crossing into the EU
I had some pocket money, read bakshes, ready in case they would give me trouble at the border. Did choose Bulgaria over Greece solely for this reason. However all my fears were totally unnecessary as it became the easiest border crossing so far. Leaving Turkey was done with only one man looking at my passport and another one making a quick call about customs (as I accidentally by-passed them). Hope to see you again. Crossing ...