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... umbrella or coats to Paris and had been lucky so far. But tonight we skipped the Eiffel Tower Twinkle show and the late night glass of wine and just ran all the way home! It wasn't cold. It was sort of funny and romantic. Good thing we decided to come home. I was exhausted and we need to have a good sleep because tomorrow up super early for a morning at The Louvre! ( but not before I ate macarons and chocolates in bed listening to the rain. Perfect end to my ...
... the vines and grasses. It's like something straight from an eerie scene at Hogwarts. I notice that the gathered students are huddled, guzzling from open bottles of Smirnoff Ice, flowers in red or white on lapels, and several are swathed, head, face, and shoulders, in gobs of what looks to be shaving or whipped cream. We've hit a graduation day at Oxford.
Dragged from this scene, We walk in synch w/ a small guided tour, and get benefit of hearing Oxford history ...
... arms outstretched!!! No hands!!! Next thing we know a car flanked by a dozen police on motor bikes is speeding by - obviously someone of important!
We found our way back - we tried to cross the road at one point and were very firmly ordered to go back and use another crossing.
On our return we had a coffee and contemplated the rest of the day. It was beginning to rain which was a bit ...
... a 'Daily Planet' trusty travel guide, and a ' plan ' - we went to LaFayette Shopping centre, the other major fashion outlets and the offerings were both ridiculously expensive and or plain boring. As for getting her nails done, you would think we were looking for a double hand transplant, finally made a booking for this tomorrow, but the shopping was very ordinary indeed.
We explored various inner city squares, statutes, monuments and memorials, ...
... few kilometres to the B&B. BUT this was a small road and had hardly had any traffic, the swon was so thick that we thought that IF we get in here tonight we may not be able to get back out and into Paris the next day. So the decision was made, we press on for Paris. Talk about a drive through hell! This was it. We rang the hotel we were booked into the next night to find out if we could get another night and that was fine. ...
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