Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle
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... off the bus. Bus was late unfortunately, because his plane was late. In the meantime, Jeff had booked to go on a perfume tour, which started at 10 bit of a breakdown in Communication as I thought it started at 11! So Jeff went off to meet the guide. Walked Darren back to the apartment, croissant and coffee for brekky and then back down to place Vendome to catch up with Jeff and the rest of the tour. Well rest of the tour was just a visit to the fraganod museum in Rue ...
... just the art, but also the objects that paint the picture of egyptian life throughout the centuries. I am fascinated by the hieroglyphics, their logographic and alphabetic usage as well as their eventual evolution into a cursive script mirroring the evolution of writing in China. The impressive collection of sarcophagi reveals that the egyptians buried their honored dead in a series of nested coffins, like russian dolls, before entombing them. I make my way to the wing of ...
... then the Peleton drag them back for the sprinters to win. Froome just had to stay on his bike to get the yellow jersey which he duly did but Cavendish didn't have his usual support and came in a disappointing third. Really enjoyed the whole experience and will definitely come back to watch some more Tour. Had a go on the Ferris wheel to get a great view if the fireworks but they didn't happen just a light show on the Arc d'Triomphe :( Louvre ...
... and then voila you have a necklace.
I got one of the ice screams at the coke stand at the flee market where we also had some drinks.
After we went to the church. There was this three year old was screaming DADA in the church but he wasn't supposed to be loud in the church. The church was good the thing that I was doing though was bad. I was shooting with my army figures at each other (mini figures) but I was supposed to be praying and not being at war with ...
... residence and private gardens. After lunch by one of the big fountains, we finally made it into the main palace. They provided a very informative audio tour that recounted the history within each room you would pass, the most impressive being the Hall of Mirrors. It was a standard of living so lavish that the cost or practicality in today's standards would be quite near impossible.
Last night after returning from Versailles, we met with a work colleague of ...
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