Who would have thought it? Two weeks have passed since we set out on our own “Tour de France” and I heard in the last few days that all the Home Nations have qualified for the next round. Brilliant, who are Scotland playing?
Napoleon’s Tomb, Paris, France.
I have struggled to keep up to date, (wifi in France isn’t great) with things whilst we have been on the road, so maybe I missed something. Did Judi Qq UEFA finally actually act against Russia? Did they reinstate Scotland? Are the chances of those two things happening the same?
OK, so now you know that the final game I watched at this tournament was Wales against Northern Ireland. With the break between the group stage and the Round of 16, I was lucky enough to have time and good weather to explore Paris.
Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris.
The Louvre, Petit Palais, Louis Vuitton Foundation, Napoleon’s Tomb, Pere Lachaisse, Centre Pompidou were all visited where exhibitions of art by Rousseau, Paul Klee, Albert Marquet were viewed. But my favourites were The Beat Generation, with as well an exposition at the Philharmonie de Paris featuring The Velvet Underground (yes the ones that wrote I’m waiting for my man. Never early, always late, – you know who you are!).
Pere Lachaise – Oscar Wilde’s tomb, Paris.
Looking for positives in the football I have witnessed is proving difficult. The real positives lie in having visited nine French cities, and sampling the food. Everyone knows about Paris, and I have just listed a few of the things you can see there.
We were lucky enough to have good weather in Nice which helped to make it my favourite city. If you’ve seen the photos you may notice the difference, and understand why I choose it as …