Travel Blogs from Cergy-Pontoise
... my gear and I let the rest
of the payload go into a suitable container. I tried to scrape the floor poo
back into the shower to hide the damage; I hear some one coming in. I retreat
to my shower quickly with the **** marks leading to the cubicle like writing on
the wall. A loooooooong shower follows and sleep comes at a price of knowing I
shall forever have that on my conscience. Thankfully I had someone to share the
... Arch Triomphe and had some trouble finding our way down into the subway but other than that we have had no troubles. The heat is immense and I am enjoying it until we ran out of water!! I hope all is well in Australia and I wish you all happy holidays. ...
D-Day ceremonies in Paris Dawn and I Saw the French horse guard marching through town. Police and soldiers were all over downtown today. Did not see the queen lay a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arc of Triumph. Obama and Putin will dine separately with Hollande tonight, then all are going to Normandy ...
... for the next stage of my journey. I like to be in control, ready for every eventuality and able to see ahead. This adventure has challenged that. I knew it would and that was also going to be good for me. It is just that "good for me" doesn't always sit well with being comfortable and at ease. I offered this up during my time in the Madeleine and in the quiet. I wanted to find a time when no-one would be watching, as I put my flower down. It seemed that this was ...
... match (albeit a delayed telecast) at the Aussie pub. Chloe, the map and myself went to Galaries Lafayette - (a good 15/20 min walk from Montmarte in each direction). Forget the designer labels and massive makeup hall - the building is superb! We did look around though and when looking at the Montclef jackets the assistant would not answer my questions and was only interested in the non-caucasian shoppers in the 'roped-off area' of the ...
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