Delaying the Inevitable

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June 28th 2014
Published: March 22nd 2018
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And so our journey draws to a close. In my remaining hours (I spent a good bit of time catching up on this blog) I will go wander the city, as it seems checking out Cite de l'Espace would take a full day (which I no longer have), and the Airbus tours require booking 48 hours in advance. With luck, tomorrow's forecasted thunderstorms will hold off until I get myself to the airport.

Meanwhile, here's a start on explaining the routine I got into over the past 2 weeks. <br style="background-color: transparent; color:𛈇 font-family: verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; font-variant-numeric: normal; font-variant-east-asian: normal; line-height: 19.2px;" />(LATER)With rain about to fall we headed across the street from the hotel to have a lovely meal of crepes at a restaurant operated by a Breton, who shared our interest in the World Cup.

I was then left to wonder if it would be better to try and grab some shuteye or simply stay awake until 4:00, my target time for leaving for the airport.

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Did I mention it was hot?Did I mention it was hot?
Did I mention it was hot?

OK, it was officially only 31 - this was probably affected by the strong sun.

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