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... bore you with details of how long it took us and how many places we stopped, only to get some half-broken-English responses, but I am glad I am figuring this out with this guy by my side. I'm learning from Dan, he is learning from me, that's what happens I guess when you are pushed out of your comfort zone. Anyways, by the time we finally dropped our heavy backpacks and collapsed on the bed, I was left asking one question;
... a visit to the Eden Project, which uses an old china clay quarry to house the enormous biomes one which houses a rainforest and the other which has Mediterranean plants laid out in it. I suggest you have a look at both places on the internet to get much better descriptions than I can give if them Suffice it to say we enjoyed both very much and found them both very interesting.
Our visit to England ended with a family reunion in Brighton, spent with First cousin, ...
Early start this morning - taxi pick up at 5.30am. Slept badly last night. Now just home after a night tour - 10.45. Long day! Drove to Dover for the ferry crossing to France. Photos of White Cliffs of Dover on the way out. One and a half hour crossing, then 2 hour drive to Paris. Lost an hour time difference. Crossed through the battle fields of the First World War with its small cemeteries and monuments throughout the ...
... the end was a blessed relief.
Hotel is great, across thye road this evening into a flash restaurant, we were the only o0nes there, ordered one pizza between us and a tea and coffee.
All we needed and was brilliant.
Now comfortably in our room watched some football, Serie A and La Ligue, plus Lona has just found the French Dancing with the Stars!!
CU all real soon, as long as Bruce can find the airport.
Dave & Lona.
... you could possibly need on Vélib locations, bike availability and directions. When the weather is fine (i.e. not raining) there’s no better way to get around the city without blistering your feet, especially if you wear shoes as unsuitable as I do. Be warned: one way streets are everywhere in Paris, and can make your pleasant journey a little more stressful, as can the cobbled streets. Nonetheless, it’s a much better way ...