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... But it was good enough, that was the thing I was looking forward to the most on this whole holiday.
Then we came home and played around waiting for tomorrow morning CHRISTMAS morning. Can't wait so exited.
So I stayed up till 1:00 because I was so excited.
On Christmas morning when I went out I couldn't believe it there where presents every where.
Me Jordan and Zara ...
... between the palace and the house Louis built for his mistress. I wondered whether he stopped for an ice cream on the way!
The traffic was horrendous. An overhead sign helpfully told us that it would take 30 minuted to make the 10kms to our next turnoff. Eventually the traffic eased and with the help of our Australian lass we found ourselves on a motorway with cars shooting passed us at more than the 130km per hour speed limit. Di announced that she ...
... Bring on Italy. We're up bright and early for our flight to Rome. Bloody good thing I double checked the airport or we would have gone to CDG when it's supposed to be Orly. We're treating ourselves to a taxi after the stress of getting my bag stuck on the Metro when we arrived.
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Au Revoir ...
... off at the sacre-Coer. The sacre-Coer was so cool but we didn't go inside because the line was way too long. It was great there but after a while we left to go wondering through some markets. The markets were really cute and I bought some key rings for my friends back at home. We then got back on the bus and traveled to the Arch de triomph but didn't get off the bus there. We just road on the bus around it and took it all in. After a bit longer on the bus we got off the get ...
We left Tours heading for Paris but decided on a detour to Chartres to check out the famous Cathedral. It was, indeed, magnificent, and the town wonderful in itself. The waterway running through it with houses ending right on the water with their "outdoor room" sitting literally over the water reminded me of some areas of England. Then the houses with wooden diagonal beams filled in with whatever white stuff they fill it in with also looked like England. We spotted an ...