We took the RER, from our hotel in the 6th, to Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport, where we greeted Dave’s father (The one and only, Bob DeMoney) as he arrived from his 8 ½ -hour flight from Chicago. The three of us climbed into a taxi and headed to Gare de Lyon in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, where we stored our bags at the Consigne Automatique (luggage lockers), and walked over to the Viaduc Café at 43 avenue Daumesnil for lunch. Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time to have lunch at the renowned Le Train Bleu, located directly in the station. We’ll have to save that for another visit. We made it back to the Gare de Lyon just in time to climb aboard our 13h50 TGV train to Antibes. The high-speed train trip between Paris and Antibes normally takes about 5 hours, but because of snow on the tracks during the high-speed portion of the trip, the train had to slow down, causing us to be delayed by about an hour. It was rather surprising to us to see so much snow on the ground when there was only sunshine in Paris. But the time zoomed by while we spent the whole trip playing Whist.