Hotel Park Lane Paris
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... French driver in a fancy BMW. Pretty sure he was very impressed with our command of the French language. Crazy excited at our first glimpse of the top if the Tour Eiffel!!We arrived at the lovely hotel intercontinental to check in and discovered that due to our delays, our private tour group to Versailles had left five minutes ago. Desk clerk was lovely and dialed the Schmitzes for us. Thank heavens they had international service and they answered, as our texting was not working!! ...
... everyone stood up & waved flags in our view so we moved to the back & stood on seats to watch. This was fine & we saw them fly past at great speed - almost too fast to see who was who. Watched the presentations on a big screen tv - 1st Vincenzo Nibali, 2nd Christophe Peraud & 3rd Thibaut Pinot & enjoyed the Italian National anthem - it sounds just like opera! Eventually found the ...
... it’s a very small painting. Also, we knew that the
crowds would be in greatest numbers, around it anyway and didn’t want to
So, we had chosen the Dutch masters whom we both admire
greatly and made our way there. They were on the top floor.
And we weren’t disappointed.
We saw Vermeers, Rembrandts and Van Dycks. Portraits,
landscapes and little figure studies. I ...
... with the old friends I grew up with like Picasso and Chagall. But I also discovered a few new artists like Kandinsky and Calder. I never knew how many times I had walked by a Calder sculpture in Chicago thinking it was Picasso.
As we completed walking through the museum, we completed our visit by walking outside from the top floor. It was only 5 flights up but the view was pretty spectacular. From where we ...
... family were there once again cheering me on by the Seine at the 25km mark. Through a tunnel filled with strobe and disco lights, quite offputting given my state of delirium but still, all the fun of the fair kept me and thousands of others going. By now I expect the winner was already showered, dressed and on the plane home, but still I kept moving. Several ambulances had pushed through the crowd to pick up injured and maimed. With ...