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... Some of the false petition people get you
to sign petitions while others have a good look through your pockets. At the
end of the Tuileries gardens is Place de la Concorde we got ourselves an
American hotdog but for Toni the normal level of mustard seemed to be a little
on the hot side so water was also required. Crossing the road we started on our
journey up the Champs Elysees which included a few photos from the middle of
the road. Half way up ...
I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.
Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume
We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog
... valleys with a big climb between. The D39 to Saint Roman De Tousque. A tiny hamlet on top of a very windy hill! We didn't know it until we passed over the Tour de France GC riders names including Froome's that this tough 5.5K hill of 12.2% at the top with some lumpy 10%'s in the middle was in Le Tour de France and Clive was beaming as he came up to meet me. He said it was quite inspiring riding over their names! We said goodbye to this region with a great ...
... fun doing it. But Tony def got very tipsy and lucky we pulled the pin after 4 Bars cause God knows another scar could of been eminent and what he would of got up to at the 5th bar. Well I must admit I have now become more of a red wine drinker and love the sangria here. Oh yeah and olives OMG they are a nice little delicacy ...
... and photo's. What we learnt about Castellane is that it was built in the year 1000, the Chapel dates back even further to the 8th century but it's actual appearance today is only from the 19th due to basically being destroyed by war. It was also used as a place of pilgrimage because of it's remoteness. The town also became the capital of it's own small nation, something similar for example to Andora or Monaco and it wasn't until we think the start of the 18th century that it became ...