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... weak in an instant; we literally wanted to just
stroke his face to make sure he was real. Anyways, we held our cool said
bonjour back and continued 'shopping'. They had the most stunning bikinis and I
desperately wanted to buy one but when I plan on losing more weight I can’t
justify €70 euros on a bikini that may not fit in 6months time. Anyways they
had beautiful clothes but with a heavy heart we had to move on. We had heard
... guide promptly fell asleep and left us to enjoy the trip!
Despite the lack of information the views along the A4 freeway were superb! Rolling hills and beautiful farming land, as well as large forested areas! Some of the nicest looking countryside I have ever seen!
On arriving in Reims, a city of over 200,000 people, we went straight to the G H Mumm cellars for a tour. Luckily we had our own English speaking guide who was very ...
... here. I kept bumping elbows with the guy seated at the next table. Doesn't matter, I love it there, and they are very fast.
Found a chocolate store and had to test it. Went for a long walk to the Arc D'Triompge and then window shopped our way down the Champs D'Elysees. I love that avenue. So much to see, so many weird people. We stopped at Mary's favorite macaroon place, Laduree. The line for macaroons was about 50 people, but they were moving pretty fast, so we waited ...
... Revived by the Kiss of Love, Liberty Leading the People, The Raft of the Medusa, Death of the Virgin, Napolean Crowning Josephine and Napoleans Apartments...just to name a few! Can't believe how old some of these things are!!
Apparently it's estimated it would take 9 months if you just glanced at every artwork!! - well we spent about 6 hours and loved it. I don't know much about art or sculpture but I was rather in awe of it all :-)
... entertaining were all the people taking selfies. I heard a young women use the word "selfie" in the midst of a string of Spanish. I also heard a young American woman say, “It’s not that big. I mean, I can tell how people built it.” Really – you should explain it to the stupid archaeologist and engineers who have had yet to arrive at a definite answer. Americans.
Returning on the tram, you exit through the gift shop. We bought a ...