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... am asked to catch up - my initial thought - whatever!! We had a mini castle hill to conquer minutes before arriving at camp. We finally arrive at camp at around 7pm. It's a huge open field. You claim your tent site first while your buddy collects your bags. If you collect your bags first then you end up with no where to pitch your tent. I did the mistake of laying down as soon as my tent was up - my legs cramped up and were ...
... 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 ...
... favourite paintings were the water-lilies and haystacks painted by Monet - he managed to bring some quite mundane things to life, and it doesn't matter how many times I look at the haystacks, I just love them! Unlike at our last visit, taking photos has been banned which means no one has to suffer through my endless photos of these paintings! There were also some fabulous statues, especially the ones by Rodin (except the one called 'Gates of Hell' which was pretty ...
We took a couple of Metro lines to get to a giant train station at the edge of downtown. Between the trains and the Metro, millions of people move about the city and region everyday. It was almost simple for these two illiterate Americans to put together two subways, one train and a bus ride to get to Giverny, about an hour outside of Paris. And it only took us about an hour! Charlene wanted to make a visit/pilgrimage to Claude Monet's home and gardens in ...
... term parking area to fetch the bike, a squall of rain come through and was quickly saturating me as I walked. I got to the bike, quickly pulled the bike cover back and fetched my bike pants and jacket, re-covered the bike and walked back to the ferry terminal - getting ever wetter on the way. In the ferry terminal I geared up, and chatted to a Jewish family for a bit that had planned on renting a car once they got to Calais - only to discover that the car rental shops were all ...
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