Au Pavillon Bleu
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... of woman's underwear models. As I headed into the cultural capital of the world, I was reminded of the dismal culturally prejudiced I had just spent the past few years of life in. The contrast could not have have been more apparent if I had planned it. Those who know know exactly what I'm talking about... Anyways, I googled mapped Paris and put a mental image in my mind, so after dropping off my bags I went on 9 or 10 walking tour of the city, and still have the scars on ...
... exchange something and came back via some small backstreets. I then decided to walk up the Champs-Élysées and back. Walking up and down the Champs is some of the best free entertainment you will ever get. Firstly you have people queuing to go into stores such as Louis Vuitton, Longchamp. No sales on, just wanting to go into the store. There were up to 30 people queuing!. Then there are the car "shops" - Renault, Citroen, Mercedes, etc. In the Renault showroom ...
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 ...
... sleep we knew we had another day of traveling, we made our way to the train station after breakfast where we caught the TGV to Surgeres where our friend Bob was going to pick us up and take us to our yacht Sega in Rochefort. The train was comfortable and fast, we reached 269 km an hour at one point so our journey wasn't going to take too long. After having lunch, reading and watching a film on the iPad we were there. Getting back on Sega was ...
... check it out. Predictably the line was even longer, but moved fast. Got past security in the remarkably modern entrance....only to find I then needed to queue for tickets (which at 12€ was quite reasonable).
Now I must confess here that I am know art critic,art expert or lover of art. But man this place is insanely big and impressive. I did not head straight for the portrait of You Know Who, so instead wandered around for ...