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... Australia, but there were so much more of each and every artist and covers the period from 1849, some pieces are earlier, to early 20th century, around the First World War. It is easy to get around and can be seen in about 3 to 4 hours, but you can easily spend much longer. The ex-train station is full of light and the crowds are far less than the Louvre.
Marg will tell about her day later.
After the museum, ...
... directly out tithe fountains and gardens. To give an idea of the grandness of the palace: The surface area of just one Versailles room fireplace ( and every room offered its own elaborately designed one w/ massive mantle and surround) standing on its own, would eclipse the size of the 2-man Bourg elevator volume by at least 8 fold!
The rooms seem to go on and on, and honestly for this Way Wanderer, they began to run together for me and my tired feet; that is, until we ...
... on the spit. God had put a show shop next to our apartment and while we waited for Jaffar, the massive stoneware platter that Mum had made for Martin's wedding and had dislocated her shoulder from Sydney for, rolled off the suitcase and cracked on the Montmartre pavement. The joy of the little cloistered veautifully decorated 2 bedroom apartment for the price of a one night in another hotel was tempered by the sad grate of the stoneware ...
Relaxed mornings, good food and nice things to look at.
After a sleep in we had a leisurely breakfast trying to decide what to do. Most things are closed today so we decided to take a wander to Bellevue where I had read you get great views over Paris. So onto the train, all trains are free today until midday so we took advantage of that..out to Pyranees where as you exit the station you look down the hill over Paris to the Eiffel Tower. ...
Today after a sleep in we had breakfast in the room before heading out for our much anticipated Seine Cruise and lunch at a Bistro with views of the Eiffel Tower. Arriving at 11am as instructed we picked up our tickets and were told our cruise was at 11.45 so we had to join the already starting queue. Queuing seems to be the national pastime here, we passed the Eiffel Tower on our way to the boat and the queues were amazing we guesstimated that it would have taken them at least ...
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