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... the others. Once we all met up we talked about what we needed to get, so we ended up going to H&M to look for some blue button up shirts. On the way there though, we made a little detour to Celio where I ended up getting a pair of black pants I needed for outreach. I swear, Celio is one of the only places in the world where I can find pants that actually fit me. After finishing at Celio we finally got to H&M where Sean found a blue shirt, but I couldn't find ...
... control yet leaving by train from Paris to London I had to go through a French check and then a UK check! Bags x-rayed, double shot latte and pain au chocolate purchased and I was on the train. It was due to leave at 7:38 and I was a little surprised when at 7:05 they announced that the doors would soon be closing. Next a charming French conductor came by to check my ticket. It wouldn't be the first time on this trip that I was in the wrong seat or wrong ...
... Though perhaps next time a little less walking would be preferable and we'll really have to get used to navigating the metro system especially with a basic knowledge of french. Would really recommend the city for anybody interested in a city break vacation, but not perhaps somewhere you can really have a relaxing time unless you spend it in a spa! Thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed following my ...
... into the two Topbike vans and headed off to our accommodation at Arreau in the Pyrenees. After arriving we settled into this great little town and hotel. Dave and team (Jen and Gerry) assembled bikes and we rolled out for ride in our environs.
We did a quick jaunt that included col d’Aspin just across the river and the climb of Hourquette d'Ancizan (used in the 2011 TdF stage 12) it was a 45k loop with just under 1500m of ascent. That is less ...
... shiny object, taking many photos of same. My dear husband sweetly suffers me all of this, as well as poses as my subject a few times. Mike is very happy this Sunday morning as within a few hours we will be leaving by train for the Normandy coast where we will immerse ourselves in all things WWII and D Day.
My father had been urging our visit to Normandy and when Mike declared this side trip something that he really wanted todo, I put the planning of it in ...
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