BEST WESTERN Villa Des Artistes
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... shop with a window full of hanging rats is entertaining. 7 Nov - Evening ferry ride on the Seine river and the Eifel Tower by night. 9 Nov - Musee d Orsey, houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by painters including Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh. We think it better than the Louvre 10 Nov - hire street bicycles and cycle along the Champs ...
... own. Unfortunately, it wasn't the romantic ride that you might imagine... the "girls" got on first and the "boys" last and so neither of the couples were sitting together!
About this time I developed a swollen ankle and Max's persistent cough returned.
Rome was fascinating, as always, with so much to see. We decided not to go on the Vatican tour as we had done it before, and instead went to visit the Catacombs and ...
I would have never thought that spending my teenage years going to shows would actually possibly save my life one day (or at least prevent me from fainting during a techno riot). As somebody who enjoys listening to EDM (electronic dance music), but would never be brave enough to attend a large EDM festival, the techno parade that occurs every year in Paris http://www.technoparade.fr/) seemed to be the next best thing. I mean how could a parade turn into ...
... soaking in (both literally and figuratively) the monument and all it's grandeur, I decided it was time to head for home and dry ground. I walked back to the metro, and at this point I am feeling my socks squishing, and realize that I still love Paris when it drizzles ;-)
Now I am settling in for an evening of French tv - they talk so freaking fast! I think a glass of French wine might help me understand better ;-)
Tomorrow I will ...
... into the Sully wing to look at some of the Ancient Greek sculptures. The Denon wing holds mostly European paintings and scultures, all of which pre-dating 1850. One of these paintings in DaVinci's Mona Lisa. At least I think it was the Mona Lisa. First off, there is roping to prevent people from getting very close to the painting, but the space around the painiting is also a madhouse of people trying to take photos of the painting. Unwilling to enter the ...