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... child and a couple. The man stormed off in his car, the 2 women talked, we think, about the baby and its care. The man returned in a rage and the whole think escalated with the man ended up on the ground, (we found there was a bit of blood around next morning) then the police arrived, then a paddy wagon and then an ambulance which eventually went off with the man in it. The 2 women and the baby left in another car. Things then quietened down. ...
... is going well, and after a flight of about 11 ½ hours we'll be in Hong Kong. Just had some nuts and wine, dinner should be soon, then hopefully some sleep, but I might read or watch a movie first. Right now were over Germany, at 33000 feet, and 992 km/h. It was still light when we took off, and the French countryside was magnificent, with a patchwork of fields and small towns. If we come back, we might explore the countryside rather than ...
... we anxiously waited to try and meet up with out tour group to get into the palace. And we found them ! Happiness all around 80€ lost ... 18€ gained back when we joined our group ! We all got out audio guides and slowly went through the palace. Visual earmuffs. . Holy ****.. King Louis XVI be crazy/he thinks he is a god. All of the lavish details, one extraordinary room after the other. One of the rooms he hired a painter and it took 3years ...
... much more special. I couldn't sleep. I was filled with excitement. We didn't go here 40 years ago, so I'm glad we did this time. I was filled with anticipation and the excitement of a man on his way to visit one of his heroes. But these heroes numbered in the thousands and yet, I didn't even know their names. It was a special day for the heart that was about to happen. I didn't want to miss an instant!
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... are still on holidays and children not yet back at school. Mark wanted to try one of the bikes for hire like in Bris but in the end I decided I had too many clothes on to even climb onto one! I had changed coats thinking it was going to rain and then had underestimated the chilly wind which picked up over the course of the day. Mark very nobly gave me his polar fleece so then I was rugged up like a woolly bear. A French onion soup warmed us up in the little ...