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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.
... bite at Paul- seems like the Paris equivalent of panera. Much better bread though. Several things are closed on Sunday, but the mall at La Defense was open so we went there for more shopping. It's so amazing the way the grande arche lines up with the arc de triomphe. Excellent city planning. Stopped at Laduree on the way back for some treats to take back to the ...
... of the Louvre enclosed. The closer I got to the central glass pyramid and the pools surrounding it, the bigger and more impressive they got. I was taking pictures throughout the day of impressive looking places and things without knowing what they were and have spent a lot of time since I got home on Wikipedia finding out what it was I had photoed. This was the case with what I thought was the Arc de Triomphe, but wasn't. It is a ...
... time after. We then walked down the Champs Elysees towards Place de la Concorde. We stopped at Adidas and mum and I bought a cap each. We got an ice cream - I got chocolate, mum got vanilla and the boys got lemon sorbet. We got the train but such a shame as it wasn't a double decker train. We had some down time at home and then at 5.15pm we went down to our local café to have a drink as it was a sunny ...
... 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 ...