Auberge Du Cheval Blanc
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... the amazing thing is when ever we travel and we meet people and have a chat they all say ow different things are now to what they used to be in so many ways.Interesting!! We then went for a walk to see if there was clothes in stores waiting for Barbara to walk in and take them home and guess what we found just that very thing, several bags later when returned home after enjoying and meals on the way. Not a good nights sleep very restless re awaiting news from Brian's ...
... for dessert. The ice cream was very rich but delicious. Even with the rain there were hundreds of people out enjoying the many restaurants and hurrying home from work. It was amusing to see a young girl pass by on a scooter with a cello strapped to her back. We're back at our cosy flat now with a glass of wine. Off to the Eiffel Tower tomorrow for ...
... yet today we have eaten Japanese and Turkish. We might as well be at home getting takeaway.
We decide to catch the hop on hop off bus back to the hotel. We find the stop. We wait for a long time and the bus doesn't come. Eventually a man sees us standing here and asks us what we are waiting for. He tells us that the hop on hop off bus stops running at 7 o'clock. It is 9 o'clock. We would have been waiting for the bus for a long time. I tell Issy that we should ...
... ordination mass and were not letting people get vey close until the service was over so we went to the Roman city ruins that are being excavated right there while we waited. We hoped to be part of the 2:00 English tour but when we went to get into it we foiund that the Cathedral would not be opening until 4:30 by which time we needed to be back or nearly back to our hotel to check into our hotel and get ready to meet our group ...
... for our train to Ypres. We will be right in the middle of Brussels when we arrive, so we'll just put our bags in a locker and do some exploring. The main thing is, we'll be in Ypres in plenty of time to hear the Last Post played at the Menin Gate at eight o'clock at night, which is why I want to go there. We came back to the Seine, planning to go on the Batobus, which is a hop-on hop-off river boat. When we descended the steps to the riverside, and went to buy ...