Adagio Paris Opera
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... watching and was amused at how uninhibited some of the young French couples are, hugging and kissing (yes, REALLY French kissing, some of them!) Perhaps it is a sign that Spring is happening, despite the weather.
Tonight, we met up with the rest of the Evergreen Tour group who have also taken the Paris extension. I estimate our average age would be about mid-70's.
... have loved to go up to the top of the Cathedral, but there was such a long line and we would have been there all day. So instead, we opted to head over to the other things we wanted to do.
We went into two museums, the Musee Orangerie, which housed both Renoir and Monet paintings, and the Musee D'Orsay which housed several famous artists, but the two most famous paintings I saw there were Whistler's mother and Starry Night over the Rhone by Van Gogh. I wasn't prepared to ...
... a district I wanted to check out. He pointed out a restaurant that had been around awhile and had beautiful art deco design. We ended up going there for lunch. We arrived before it opened and were outside waiting. We caused quite a stir and people were slowing down to take a look. A couple of people got in line behind us!
The food was excellent. It is one of those places you expect to see in Paris. We Were on the 2nd floor and the ...
... to waste any more time there, so decided to have a nice lunch with a lot of wine instead.
We had taken advantage of a special offer for first class tickets on an express train to Munich, so had to make our designated train. First class served us a meal that included a small bottle of wine. And the train traveled very, very fast, 318 kilometers/hour converts to 197 mph, it was like flying on the ground. But it was still a five hour ride.
... too much without Mike and Kyria so we got some lunch and went home as well.
We spent the afternoon just chilling out. Eli had bought a movie about Napoleon which goes for about 6 hours so we watched the first hour and a half. It is quite accurate to the history. Then the next soccer match was on between Argentina and Belgium so I sat and watched it with the boys whilst typing up my blog. We had some tea and did the bible readings ...