Kyriad Les Ulis
Travel Blogs from Les Ulis
... come home but Brad would have none of it and loaded his mountain bike and some supplies into his car and drove to Calais to catch us up and meet her. He then spent the following days helping her on the journey to Paris eating rice pudding from cans at the lunch stops. A true inspiration to others and contender for husband of the year ...
Well, we ended up sleeping for 3 hours the minute we laid down to relax. Then still being tired we decided not to do much the rest of the evening. We just found the Monoprix grocery storefor dinner items to bring back. And of course our first meal has to be bread, cheeses, olives, quiches, sliced meats, fig jam, fancy mustard and of course wine. We picked up ...
... an acoustic rendition of two local musicians singing Bob Marley in front of Cafe Hugo. The city was mostly asleep, so the bonus for getting up early was that there were no tourists photo bombing his pictures. Mike went to the Gare Lyon (Lyon train station) and picked up fresh chocolate croissants and cappuccinos for our room. We left the hotel around 10 am then had a proper breakfast at Cafe St. Regis, just across the St-Louis bridge to Notre Dame. We ...
... we sat down to eat.
Over an hour later, he had completed the arduous task of incorporating
all the magazines, newspapers and gifts set up outside into the inside of the
kiosk, where he could finally close it up compactly, until he could return in
the morning and start the process over again.
It was really a fascinating slice of life.
... AS THEIR 6 YEAR OLD LUKE AND 5 YEAR OLD MIM
WE'VE ONLY ONE NIGHT TO THEM BE NEAR
SO THIS TIME IN BERLIN IS MOST PRECIOUS AND DEAR
TO HEIDELBERG NEXT BY TRAIN WE WILL TRAVEL
SO OUR GRANDKIDS CAN THE CASTLE FOR US UNRAVEL
AND THEN SIGHTS NEARBY FOR 2 MORE DAYS WE'LL SEE
WHAT A GREAT JOY THIS IS FOR JUANITA AND ME