B&B Saint Denis Pleyel
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... without having to look where we are walking. We gawk at the tableaux enjoying taking a minute or two to admire the brush strokes, the handiwork of the artist. This seems unreal, compared to the crowds we experienced last week! It's so peaceful!
We pass art classes in the halls, taking drawing lessons from the masters as well as their own teachers, here in the halls of the largest museum in the ...
Cooler this morning but dry. On the way to school we passed a floral tribute outside the dedication to the a City of Paris for it's suffering and sacrifices during the Great War. Apart from the bouquets from the Mayor's office and from the Prefect of Police they were all from organizations of the left such as the Communist Party. It seems that everyone is deluded. We also passed the bicycle repair crew who do the rounds early each day maintaining the thousands of ...
... went really quickly the ride was hurtle through an abandoned gold mine on a runaway mine train. I absolutely loved this ride it was so fun. It went for a decent amount of time as well. Next we went to Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril, we all line up and I saw a sign about a 360 loop so I backed hot with mum and we watched Dad and Lenz go on instead. They said it wasn't that bad. Next we all went on Pirates of the Caribbean which was in a boat, it was quite slow and ...
... the Arc de Triomphe. Another several cross walks I eventually found the underground path to get to the circle in the middle of a huge and crazy round about. I looked at the monument and decided to go with the crowds to the top. 254 steps later was in the top of the tower - a couple dozen more and had views of the city. Old pictures from the early 1950s showed pictures of visitors with none of the railing to keep people from falling - so glad ...
... It is now a huge military museum. We had a bit of a wander through the Cavalry museum.
The weather was holding up although the wind had become quite cold, but at least it was keeping the rain away. We walked down to the Seine passing a game of boulles? And walked to the Eiffel Tower ready for our 5.30 ticket to the summit. Feet were starting to struggle due to shoes for dinner, but were made it early enough to sit and watch the ...