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What a lovely day. We did have to get up very early in the dark and lovely Jane took us to Heathrow. Fortunately, although it was freezing in Compton (mainly the wind) up north it was actually snowing and preventing driving on the roads. All went well at Heathrow and our Air France plane left on time. It was only 45 minutes flying time. This trip certainly took more time getting ...
... told to say nothing to the Germans about where her father was, and how she was questioned because she was so young the Germans thought she would talk. She said the family had stressed silence so strongly (that talking about her father could result in his death!) that she just looked at the Germans and shook her head no and shrugged. It was clearly still a strong set of memories for this mid-seventies woman. On the road again, after very ...
We left Geneva after lunch because we didn't make it in time for the early train but we enjoyed a morning of reading on a park bench above the gardens overlooking Lake Geneva. We had our lunch at a sidewalk cafe and then made our way to the train station around 2:30.
We rode across the last little bit of Switzerland and into France for the second time on this trip. After making a couple of brief stops early on the TGV train ...
... a small part of Paris, this view put that small amount in perspective with close to 70% of the horizon untouched by us there is plenty still to discover in the future. Somehow this gift shop had far too much stock for there not to be a goods lift, there was no need for us to climb this high manually after all!
Back down on terra-firma we went hunting for stamps and a postbox to mail off Emerson's postcards. Fid couldn't have been happier than ...
... of an overkill - there was over 250 police up and down the street! Crazy!
Well, the next option was the Eiffel Tower so we headed across there. Hopefully that hadn't been threatened too! We walked half of the way and caught the metro the rest of the way. This was our first proper look at the Tower. It was actually quite late by now - after 10.30pm by the time we got there. You feel cheated of the evening over here, by the time it starts getting dark it's ...