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... once had to stop a Japanese couple posting their cards on a doggy poo bin in Hyde Park ) to the pockets of American tourists on their. Vin yard tours saying things like " what great place to build a castle ( chateaux) it is right next to the train station !!!!! If there is one thing I have learned about all this al fresco BBQ and eating is that if you want to hack off your neighbour fry fish ... I bloody hate that but that's just my taste - ...
... during the course of the tour and I managed to score one for guessing the answers to Adam's riddles -
What word in the English language has three consecutive double letters in it?
The second one was easier: The more you have of it the less you can see! What is it?
What has a head, a tail and a brown body?
See how quickly you can work them out and let me know the answers.
Today we leave Paris and head down the south west of France. We also needed to pick up the car we were going to use from the airport. We were originally going to pack up all our stuff and leave together to the airport but Eli decided that instead of having to take all our luggage on the trains, he and Michael would go and get the car in the morning while Kyria and I tidied up around the place.
So they headed off around 10 or 11am. I packed my stuff and Kyria and I ...
We then grabbed dinner at the Tabac across the street - which turned out to be an unfulfilling experience for Carissa since there was nothing without meat not he menu. Some salad and greasy duck later we were on the road headed back to Paris. The peripherique was clogged with traffic and we had to gas the car up before returning. Finding gas was stressful since our freemium offline navigation app Sygic (wonderful app, impractical approach to pricing) ...
... later, it had 440 rooms, 365 fireplaces and 84 staircases, including a fabulous central double-helix staircase reputedly designed by Leonardo Da Vinci. Interestingly, the king found the place too draughty, and spent only 42 nights there during the whole of his 32 year reign! The crowning glory of this chateau is its incredible rooftop: a Tolkienesque jumble of peaks, cupolas, domes, spires and chimneys, all created out of stone and slate. Charlie was particularly taken with the trophy ...