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... known as the Grande Maison. The Grande Maison included two large studios, the atelier d'hiver, or winter workshop, situated on the top floor of the house, and at ground level, a glass-roofed annexe, the atelier ...
Woke with a fright, the Don popping out of a large cake in his white thong, that's European style not the Aussie interpretation of the word all oiled and excited, sorry that was a recollection recounted by the birthday girl of a dream once (long) past. Try a cuppa and a hurray along to get moving out the door in reality. We have a divide and concour approach to our full Parisian intinary, the birthday girl and her entourage will cover the Louvre, yours truly has the Museum d ...
... doing this - and rightly so! Also, At the exits, everyone holds the door open for the next person so it doesn't swing shut. The same person that stared through you a minute ago now gives you a wonderful smile as he/she holds the door open for you. Interesting!
The stations: The stations are relatively clean and feel very safe. Almost all the stations I've seen are tiled with "subway tiles" and look to be in relatively good shape ...
... Rome and was all so beautiful. We found the Eiffel tower and could not get over the grandiose of it. I wish I could offer a better description but nothing could do it justice. I have seen pictures of this monument since I was a child and was mind blown to be standing next to it. We were starved at this point and decided to go to a nearby Boulangerie (bakery) and got a yummy sandwich on a perfectly delicious french baguette. We walked back with it and enjoyed in on ...
... not deter these travelers from finding a bus to get us to our destination. We did have a little bit of difficulty finding the place but find it we did. Our apartment, called the "Orleans", is tucked back from the street adjacent to the Museum Zadkine, which we definitely will visit before leaving.
The apartment is delightful and full of light, each bedroom has it's own floor and the kitchen is fully stocked more or ...