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Today we went to the Louvre, the museum which houses 35,000 works of art. It is a truly stunning building as it used to be a royal palace, it is vast. There is so much to admire that it would take days or even months to see it all. Also I am a firm believer that you need to research and understand the artists and the era to truly comprehend what a piece of art it about. We spent half the day wandering the museum. I particularly ...
... in Europe) crepes and a creme brûlée. This was was delicious, just absolutely delicious. We savoured every single mouthful (like the French do) and enjoyed watching the world go by. At one stage a bus stopped outside our restaurant and off hopped a lady with black bag. After the bus drove off, she placed the bag on the ground, unzipped the bag and out jumped a cute little dog. It was such a great moment for us however it made ...
... Cameron did admit to having his eyes shut at one point!
Sophie's certainly our tough little one with a steady stomach, Space Mountain, with its rocket launching was her favourite. Keen to go a 2nd time, even though it meant going by herself! With no queue she wasn't even waiting for her stomach to return to its right place, but ran straight round to the entry again. Victoria is very brave, didn't want ...
... toilet. We had champagne and
warm roasted nuts before the plane took off, beautiful 3 course meals with accompanying
wines and the friendlest air hostesses. These seats are worth more than double
what we had paid and I couldn’t believe our luck! Only problem is now I don’t
think I could ever fly economy class again!
Well, despite this mammoth entry, I’m sure I’ve missed something that ...
... huge pyramid - right in the centre of the Louvre. From the pyramid, we could access the rest of the Louvre. We were looking and learning about the Louvre in parts. First we would look and learn about the Louvre in the Middle Ages, then the sixteenth century and so on. The Louvre was AMAZING. It was a long time but finally we saw the Mona Lisa. It was an amazing artwork, although I don't believe it deserved all the fame and publicity. We saw thousands of other amazing artworks ...
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