Campanile Paris Est Porte De Bagnolet
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... leave us alone til they got money, especially baz, this little rat looking thing would not let him even move until he gave her money, but **** that ****, we got out of there. Then just around the corner some guy pretends to drop a ring and offer it to us in the hopes we gave him money, nope, get ******!
But we did some photo taking of the arc de triomphe took a hilarious John du point style video where this statue showed some ancient dude single leging ...
... banging, yelling and her screaming. Clint calls down to reception and the staff go up to investigate. We hear their loud knocks on the door. The screaming stops.
An ambulance turns up a few minutes later, they stay a while but then leave without her.
(We were looking out the window). The kids are frustrated that we never found out what had happened. Our imaginations run wild with the possibilities.
Finally to ...
... Quiche Lorraine at Cafe George V
Wednesday: Breakfast - Gaufre au Nutella and chocolat chaud near the Eiffel Tower
Lunch - Hot dogs and frites at the Eiffel Tower
Dinner - Chevre rotie Salad (salad with warmed goat cheese on country bread)
and fresh cream cheese with honey ...
... Inferno." Sitting atop the gates was a man, hunched over, with his chin in his hand, contemplating what he saw below. Most interesting was that Rodin would sculpt several full-size sculptures (what he called "studies") of each of the dozens of small sculptures that form the Gates. Most famous of these studies is The Thinker, that hunched man with his hand in his chin, and he made 29 of these. What we found remarkable was that so many sculptures famous on their own ...
... to avoid the crowds around the Mona Lisa and spend most of our time looking at the hundreds of sculptures. We were very impressed by the sheer size and detail in the marble work; the artists even took the time to carve veins in the feet. The apartments of Napoleon III were also interesting, showing a glimpse into the grandeur of the past. I also loved the biggest painting I have ever seen, The Coronation of Napoleon. Sure the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo were great ...