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... and various rooms set up in period times. Took us ages to see it and gave us a good look at historical Paris/France.
We then set out on our way home and now the shops were all open and there were people everywhere. First stopped at Babylone – lovely jewellery shop. Mary looked for ages and bought some lovely earrings whilst I bought a gold and black bracelet. Mary also bought shoes and further down the road we found L’Occitane ...
I am a bit behind on my blogging. After leaving Tucson at 10:30 AM on June 1st, I did not get a chance to go to bed until the night of June 2nd. I didn't want to miss a whole day of excitement, so I just sucked it up, put on my tennis shoes, (not one French person wears tennis shoes, some of them trek around in the highest of heels, it's amazing) and went exploring. I tried to blog a bit before bed last night, but I thought I might not mak e any sense, so I opted for ...
... t bother. We have a small amount of few time, and look in some souvenir shops. In the afternoon there are three optional excursions and we pick Montmartre. We go by bus to meet up with the little tourist train to go up the hill to Montmartre. Then our guide Clarice spends an hour with us on a walking tour, after which we have an hour of free time. We walk around the artists' market in the centre of Montmartre and then ...
... someone explain some of what I'm seeing to me, otherwise I'd have no idea of the importance of some of the objects or paintings I'm looking at. The guide was lovely. She explained why the impressionists ere so highly criticised to begin with and why their paintings (particularly nudes) sparked so much outrage. It was interesting to learn that in the 19th century, nude female paintings were only acceptable if they depicted the past or goddesses and glorified ...
Not the greatest day in London, but a fantastic start in Paris.
Because the train to Paris wasn't leaving until 230pm, Steve took the luggage to Kings Cross St Pancras train station, while I took the kids to Madame Tussauds. Steve definitely got the better end of that deal, despite now having 2 suitcases and a large backpack.
I personally hated Madame Tussauds on many levels. It was the most expensive thing we ...
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