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... forests and small towns with winding roads (and another hill to climb) on our way to Chateaux Chantilly - a beautiful castle with world famous horse stables. With refreshment stops and the wind factor we arrived back at the barge - which was waiting for us in Creil - just in time for dinner. We chose to stay on board in the evening and enjoy the river views and relax with a glass of wine or two.
Today we cycled 45 km from Creil ...
... made our way back up the other side of the river to the metro station.
Because our next stops were quite a distance away we decided it was worth taking the metro. We descended into the station and not knowing how to work the machine walked up to the desk. We asked for a day pass each and the lady looked at us for a second and asked us our age. We responded without hesitation twenty two and she nodded her head and told us she would give us the student discount. ...
... which is literally a stone's throw from Gare du Nord, one of the best I've stayed in so far (St Christopher's Inn GDN) and met up with the beautiful Amy, who I met back in Venice. So nice to catch up on eachother's travels and have a proper chinwag over a few beers in the hostel's incredibly cheap bar (€4 for two mojitos, don't mind if we do). So, over the next two days, we discovered that we are, in fact, the worst tourists in the ...
... on the menu and say again, "Vegeterien?"
Sometimes, like at the Italian restaurant for dinner the waitress says Oui and I am good to go. Other times, like at the French brasserie today at lunch they say "No. Jamon." D'oh.
So instead they made me a plate of potatoes, peas and rice. And actually, it was pretty good.
Ca c'est ca! It is what it is.
With our first night of kids in bed before 10pm and with Emerson now measured as too short for the Velib, I agreed with Max last night that whatever time he wakes up, he can wake me and we'll try to get some bikes and go for a Sunday morning ride around the city. 5:30 he woke up and came bounding into our room with no qualms about crushing my Sunday morning sleep :) It took awhile to get going, but we were out the door by 6:30 and off hunting down a station. They seemed to ...