Au Pavillon Bleu
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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 ...
Saturday must be market day...everyone says so...and we wanted to be part of that action. After a quick breakfast of yogurt and strawberries we set off for the bus to take us to the Eiffel Tower. Bus 69 was right on time and whisked us away to a stop directly in front of the Tower. Our goal was to take pictures...ooh and ahh at the wonder of engineering and then move on to the Rue Cler Market. We walked up one side and down the other to get a lay of the land...then ...
... copies of the original would significantly rise in value after the painting's theft. A later account suggested Eduardo de Valfierno had been the mastermind of the theft and had commissioned forger Yves Chaudron to create six copies of the painting to be sold in the United States while the location of the original was unclear. But the original remained in Europe and after having kept the Mona Lisa in his apartment for two years, Peruggia grew impatient and was finally caught ...
... Halle's and Eglise St. Eustache. There was a special display of the work of Marcel Duchamp which we visited first - we found his progression as an impressionist very dramatic and often humorous. Then we visited the art of the period from 1905 to 1980 which we found to be quite varied in styles and showed the early development of impressionist art. The next floor was from 1980 to present and some of this was a ...
... a barrier rail was so heavy from all the padlocks it broke off and fell into the river. A 20 minute break for lunch, during which I found a raisin pastry and a chocolate croissant for 2.70 Euro, then found a small supermarket where I bought some apricots for another 1.5 Euro. I ate my good and cheap lunch at a nearby fountain while pigeons crowded around my feet eating any crumbs I accidentally dropped. The guy next to me started actively feeding them, and suddenly there were so ...