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Travel Blogs from Paris
... sculptures. We made All the ones we could think of. We had to go after that and I was really sad but we still had another exhibit. After that we went to the Roy Lichtenstein exhibit. Emma had really wanted to go to that and when she saw that it was at the Pompidou she really wanted to even more. So that what we went Roy Lichtenstein had a lot of comic book pictures. They had things that the character would say that we had seen no where else. It was amazing that he really ...
Waking with a sore head, we set out and ate at the recommended breakfast spot on Rue Montogueil, ordering an awesome assortment of everything! Finishing this lazily, we wandered through the ritzy shopping streets of the ultra-wealthy, near the Monument to Napoleon, and (after some more perfume shopping), We wandered through the fun park outside the palace gardens, saw an 40 y.o. asian man on a ride **** himself and a kid throw up, and wandered around the palace ...
... and were tired and sunburnt....so that was enough for day 1..... But in all seriousness...there is sooooooo much beauty in France, both with the parks, buildings and the tree lined streets....just perfect.....okay now back to Len..
Totally surprised by the amount of English around and finding most people to be quite friendly & accommodating. So far, the rudest experience: walk into an art gallery & take a look around. Eventually an older guy walks in, ...
... down the train station to make this museum, but saved a lot of time and money by just utilizing the train station as the museum. The building alone is a work of art, so thinking they were going to tear it down is insane. I enjoyed seeing Monet and Van Gogh and felt pretty insignificant, for these pieces of art were amazing.
... broken, and somewhat hilariously awful French (a queer combination of 'stayanised French words with a Japanese accent) managed to get us to the right area , with only a few false starts. Thank gosh for Madame Graham and that one term of French in Year 8! (Even if she did wear too much parfum!) Our hotel, Hotel Secret de Paris, is devine however! Boutique, and right near the Moulin Rouge, we found ourselves breathing unexpected relief in ...
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