After my Southern Route cross country trip, Don and I began taking about together – on the tandem. We settled on taking another trip to France.
After much discussion about taking an organized tour, a supported tour, or organizing a tour ourselves, we decided to try to something on our own. A friend recommended we look into the Tandem Club of France to join some of their weekend trips around the country.
We joined the Tandem Club and found two weekend rallies not far outside of Paris and then made B & B arrangements nearby. In between, we had flexible days to tour and cycling in Normandy. After our weekends with the Tandem Club, we had a week with no definitive plans except to visit with our longtime friends, Christine and Patrice. They invited us to their beach house for some of that time, and great adventures ensued!
Here is a chronological archive of my blog from the entire trip.
- September 12, 2014After a wonderful night’s sleep, we were ready to explore Paris. Our first destination was the Musee des Arts et Metiers, “a store of new and useful inventions”. On the way we stopped in the Mairie de Paris, the borough offices for the 10th arrondissement. Certainly more personality than our township offices. We are seeing ... Continue reading →
- September 14, 2014Some of the photos from Paris were on my camera, instead of my phone. These have now been uploaded. Mairie of 10th arrondissement, exterior and interior Statue of Liberty model outside Musee des Artes et Metiers. See some of the exhibits below: Model of a foundry Paris Subway – not at rush hour Funicular to Sacre Coeur Basilica de ... Continue reading →
- September 17, 2014Serious internet problems on IPad and Apple, so no composing , no photos to share. We are having a great time, lots of walking and biking, super weather, yummy food. Lots of details when we can get a good connection. Dolly and Don Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook ... Continue reading →