Le Grand Hotel de Valenciennes
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Big day today. Went to pick up hire car which was hilarious. We had been given the address of Avis from our travel Agent. The directions read with an address. We walked around for 1/2 hour trying to find it with no luck. We eventually asked a lady on the street who couldn't understand us so she marches into the Crowne Plaza hotel and drags out some employee who could speak a little English. He takes us down the hotel lift into underground car park where all the Avis ...
... omelette at some stage and I had mussels yesterday so omelette it is. Actually the reason I went for an omelette is because there really isn't that much on these brasserie menus. How was it? Well, the style is to really brown both sides which obviously tends to dry the whole thing out. All in all one of my Chinese ones would probably win in a competition. <i>La interkona vespero.</i> For me, usually the highlight ...
... were at least 20 team cars, more press, more referees, the race doctor, more police on motorcycles, several vans and in amongst all that, a rider who had had a flat tire, weaving through the cars and trying to catch up to the bunch. Then it was done and we went back inside to watch the race to its end. It really was fun and exciting and I can see why hundreds of thousands of French (and tourists) turn out to watch year after year. I admit it can seem a bit daft ...
... Greece and Zanzibar, meeting old and new colleagues and friends, getting a lot of new adventures and experience and living my life the way i love it, I'm starting in exactly 1 week another backpack trip through Africa...just what I need right now, to become a stronger person....one year later, a totally different part of the world, a totally different trip, but still the same crazy adventurous me...I'm so ready for it!
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... just carved out of the limestone and in some places, supported by wooden beams. We saw the room where “runners” slept between communicating messages between the front and rear lines. We also got to see some original pumps from WWI that were used to supply fresh water to the tunnels and also glass isolators that held communications lines. These isolators kept the communication lines off the walls and from short-circuiting due to water. The guide at ...