I think I have a few choices.
The first is to stay home and just watch the Tour de France from home.
The Tour de Paris is the most important race in the world and is so popular that it is almost impossible to miss it, even in the most remote places.
I’d prefer that the Tour stay in the heart of France.
But this is not the way the organisers envisage it.
If I were to take the Tour to Paris, I’d be doing it with no one to speak of but the Tour directors, their families and their friends.
So it is a very hard decision to make, but I’d much rather take a few weeks away from the Tour and see it from the comfort of my own home than take the risk of a week-long Tour on the French coast.
As far as I am concerned, I can’t see why I should be in Paris with all my family.
There’s not a lot of room for people who like to go out and have fun, and there’s not much room for anyone who wants to have a good time with friends and family.
In the last couple of years, the Tour has taken on a different air.
It has been more relaxed, with fewer of the people coming to see it, and it has become less about racing and more about having a good laugh.
I think that’s a good thing, because people enjoy it more.
There’s also something to be said for the fact that the fans, who are generally quite loyal, are always there to cheer on the team.
So you don’t have to be very good at sports to have the support of your team.
That being said, I think the Tour’s problems are mainly financial.
The organisers are spending too much money on TV, but the money is also going to TV.
The money goes to people who are not very good and are not in the top teams.
If you look at the Tour for a second, the money doesn’t come from the fans; it comes from the organisers.
They don’t pay people who don’t really want to be there.
I’m glad the Tour is in France.
It gives the organisers a big advantage.
But the Tour needs more money, and I’d love to see more money from the public purse.
But the Tour will always be a financial failure if the money goes straight into the coffers of the organisers, who can always take a huge amount of money from you if you do well.
I don’t think that will happen.