Au Manoir Saint Germain De Pres
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... beginnings, to basic Egyptian relief pictures of men and women to the Grecian school of sculpture of the male and female forms, to Roman statues, to Italian religious paintings, to the French Masters. It was an exceptional tour, especially for M who studied art history at school, and had only seen the Mona Lisa and not much more last time. Speaking of the arguably most famous painting in the world, she was crowded out as usual, but ...
Today wasn't as much of a photography day, but it sure was wonderful! We headed to north Paris to a huge flea market where they sold so many beautiful and ancient antiques. I loved seeing all the Vintage French fashion!
Afterwards we headed for Musse d'Orsay and fell in love with Monet, Degas, and Van Gough. This museum was amazing! So many ...
This morning we got up early and headed down to Disneyland via the local metro and regional trains. We were planning to be at the park by 9am but we were running late (as usual). When we finally arrived at the park at 10am we headed straight toward the Disney Castle, we soon realised we would prefer to go on the big rides before they got too crowded so we went to Disney studios. Our first ride was the tower of terror, it is a haunted elevator that has gone out of ...
... the Eiffel Tower. It is beautiful in the pictures, but is much more amazing in person. If you look closely at the arch at the bottom of the tower, you can see pretty patterns that you probably can't see in pictures. It it also much bigger in person, and looks so cool standing under it. I had the same dinner as Bridget, but instead of onion soup, I had my very first escargot from Paris. I have had it in other places in Tahoe, but not from were it originated. It was amazing. Au revior! ...
... me most was the inability to translate the fresh product into a fine dish which was presented well. Both in England and France there seemed to be a distinct lack of finesse when it came to presentation. When I say that, I am drawing a contrast to what we might get as typical pub grub on a Sunday afternoon. Anyway, my disappointment in presentation didn't prevent me from enjoying a different food experience. I'm a convert to the baguette and cheese, ...