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... and then gave to the city. We saw early works, some in clay and some in plaster of Paris, and a few carved or cast works, in the building. The museum is being remodeled, so much of the usual exhibit was absent-- but there was a delightful room full of works by Rodin's contemporaries. It was a shock to turn a corner and see three van Goghs on the wall just in front of you--paint strokes visible, so alive! There was also a great painting of Rodin's Thinker by ...
... 2 times the size of Central Park in New York. You can walk, ride or row throughout. We chose to walk ( mainly because we couldn't find the bike rentals ) but if you google images of Bois de Boulogne you will see that it is possible to pedal your ass in the day time and many women take the time to pedal theirs in the evening. From the park we strolled past Roland Garros, the site of the French ( tennis ) Open and then along the Seine to view ...
After the hectic months of planning and celebrating our wedding and packing up and selling our apartment, we were more than ready to begin our grand adventure abroad. We left Vancouver late at night (after a 3 hour delay) on a flight on which I never achieved REM sleep. When we arrived, we took the Metro into town and hobbled up the cobbled streets to our little apartment in Monmartre. After a huge hill and four flights of tiny, winding stairs, we were finally free ...
... her so we just waved and moved on through the Italian and Spanish painters.
By this time the weather had decided to take a shower turn. We walked through Jardin des Tuiluries to the Musee de l'Orangerie. Unfortunately unlike yesterday the rain had set in to a steady drizzle but luckily we were able to go in pretty much straight away. Inside were 8 huge panels of Monet's Waterlily paintings and then downstairs paintings by ...
... Accordion, again. He also sang. They must think tourists are suckers!
We did the long walk back our apartment, did the key thing a few times and here we are.
Tomorrow, we visit friends, for an overnight stay at a village called Aluz, where Ewa is having a group exhibition with three other artists from her village.
Oh, and the TV’s still not working…………R 30;……