Au Pavillon Bleu
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... worked out, then I can look into buying flights home! Wahoo!
Rapha and I had our first English lesson today using the books that I brought from home. At this point, he just needs to learn more vocabulary to use the books. He got tired of doing English because we have a time span of an hour and that's a long time to do anything, let's be real. We got through the consonants and tomorrow we are going to work on short vowels. He knows English, but with this we ...
... don't really like it all that much (it's so salty!) While we were meeting in line though, SiYu told me that the guys in front of us were very attractive (they were, seriously half asian half french worked on them very well) and I was impressed because I did something I normally don't do, and I started a conversation. They were speaking in Chinese, so I very eloquently said, "You speak chinese? (in french of course.) We ended up having a 20 minute conversation about everything ...
... tall and the clearance was 2.05…) Another guard (do the French have a word for Déjà vu??) told us that Camping Cars are not allowed in this park and we must find another!!! – We reversed with our hearts-a-pumpen and found a nice, legal park for Doris in a leafy side-street.
After a brief re-grouping we spent the next two hours trying to chill in the gardens of the Versailles Palace…Wow, what ...
Today we left Bruges and headed for Paris via the Flanders field area. Our first stop was Tyne Cot cemetery which is the largest WW1 commonwealth cemetery in the area. It was a very moving place to visit especially being so close to Anzac Day and seeing all the memorial wreaths that had been laid only days earlier. We then moved on the the city of Ieper which is where ...
... Italian Renaissance paintings, and finally into the room housing the MONA.............,and 1.5 million other people. I found it amusing to take a picture of all those taking a picture of her. We eventually leave the Louvre and walk back via Rue du Rivoli, a shopping precinct similar to Oxford street. A moment to reflect on Paris. We both like Paris, and would happily visit again, however it is dirtier than we expected. Understanding all big cities ...