Mon Reve Amadeus
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... paint on a bit of canvas, but you really can get a sense of what Monet was trying to do. The sheer scale makes it easy to see the sense of depth and the illusion of being completely surrounded by water with no borders or shores. Apart from the Monet, they also have other exhibitions downstairs and since we'd paid our entrance fee, decided we should fold our arms behind our backs and peer at each of them like we knew what we're doing. I think the illusion might have been ...
... to the other side of Paris to drop off our bikes, farewell our bike buddies and walk home. The ride did not finish till just after midnight and we eventually arrived home, having walked again, at about 1am.
Crawling into bed completely exhausted after a 17 hour day of sightseeing is probably the answer to not having the opportunity to experience jetlag.
It would be extremely remiss of me to not expand on 'Jennifer’ on our bike ride before ...
... as me and even visited the same chocolate shop but our paths hadn't crossed! He had even bought the same type of macaroons as me.. what is that saying??
Mid-afternoon we headed into the city with the girls on the Metro. We window-shopped (I desperately wanted to buy some clothes but couldn't find exactly what I wanted!).
Although we had visited Notre Dame the first time around, we hadn't gone inside at that time. Erin had studied ...
... itself, an ugly big black rectangular structure…the only ‘skyscraper’ inside Paris proper, and is said to have the best view of Paris, mostly be you can’t see it while you’re standing on its roof. We did get some spectacular views of Paris, including a lighted and twinkling Eiffel Tower…and just stayed up there for most of an hour. A glass of wine (guess who) and iced tea (me) at the top of Paris, capped off a very full, wonderful day in ...
... day for the airport left at 5am. It took me 40 minutes with a few stops to get my breath back, but I was first on the bus when it arrived. Every airport has the same systems but they are all slightly different in the layouts and Barcelona is a big airport with lots of walking to get to the departure gates, so by the time I got seated on the plane It was with a real sense of relief that that part of the ordeal was over.
As I ...