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... and popping up in the middle as the traffic never stops. Ric reckons 20 years ago he crossed the road but who knows... He can't remember exactly. We took more photos and headed off down the Champs Élysées to find lunch. Treen has a thing that she has to try McDonalds in foreign countries she visits. Germany we had cheeseburgers and fries so today was to try Paris's McD's. The fist store we entered was so full you couldn't move so we went to the next one. No ...
... Like most attractions in Paris you have to queue. But this is not just a tourist attraction. Its a working church like the others we've been in on this trip. Mass started within minutes after our arrival. I don't normally enter Catholic churches so I was intrigued to see the new glass walled confessional booths set up more like an office with the priest seated behind a table face to face with his confessor. Jenny and Ella lit a candle and we walked a ...
... walked back through 'The Jardin des Tuileries' or Garden Tuileries in English which is Paris's most visited Park, to Notre Dame to visit. Once we arrived at the cathedral, we noticed the huge lineup and decided it was a no-go for this evening. We headed back to the hip area we are staying in for the week to do a bit of grocery shopping and to grab a pizza for dinner. In total today, we walked over 11km. Pat on the backs for us! Goodnight Hannah and Deb ...
... great, uncle had died in the First World War, and that his grave was at Bellicourt. Initially I just emailed to ask about public transport to the memorial site, because it seemed to me that Bellicourt was a small place, and I also explained why I wanted to visit. Anyway, he was so helpful and told me about a grave photography service that they offer. So I decided to get one for my dad, an electronic copy and a hard copy. It was pretty cool, it arrived by ...
... at, by following signs and maps, and trying to communicate with locals for directions through frantic hand guestures. Miles later, after we'd passed along rivers, gone through forests, and biked quickly by cars on highways going 60 mph, we arrived at the castle. We'd had basically no trouble finding our way, despite Narain's complaints and worries about being lost and alone. Actually, we ended up arriving there about forty minutes before the larger group, seeing as we were moving ...
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