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... We returned to the hotel and finished packing, then departed. While last night was completely crowded, with cars everywhere and no parking, this morning was quiet and calm. We headed out of town towards Chantilly, through the dense fog. I was glad no to be on the motorway, as the fog was so thick, but many people were driving slowly on the A roads. I think some fools would have been speeding along at 140kph on the motorway, leading to disaster.
... crowding the front of the roped off area to get a pic but it didn't take too long to get up there. I stared reverently for a while, snapped some photos, and moved on. In the same room on the opposite wall is arguably a more impressive work. A monstrous painting of the Last Supper dominates the entire wall. It's fun to admire all the little nuances going on including the animals playing around the table and the looks on the diners faces. For the next ...
... airport into Milan, then a run to the next train to genoa which was nearly 2 hours!! Not what we felt like after such a long day but never mind, it passed quickly with lovely scenery outside. Of course though as it obviously was not my day when we kept off the train excited to get to our apartment with all of our backpacks, suitcases etc I left my handbag on the seat! No my cleverest moment with cash, ...
... pumped me with fluids and medicines. Needles to say the spot where they drew my blood is starting to develop a huge bruise. Also another cultural difference is that when they are laying out all the equipment, needles, etc. to perform said tasks, they use your lap as table. Sure, that's fine, I would love for you to lay all the needles your about to stick into me out on my lap for me to stare at. Turns out I have an infection in my large intestine, which is basically just a ...
... place and the S.A guys were nowhere to be seen. So I filled my water bottles in preparation for a wild camp, picked up some food and cycled on to Chantilly. It was getting dark at that point and I was getting tired after about 140 kms. I struck up conversation with some locals who I asked about camping spots and they sent me to the Church where I met a lovely English couple, Nick and Cherry. They invited me to come in and camp ...