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Our ship is docked in Conflates Sainte Honourine. Conflans refers to the confluence of two rivers; the Seine and the Oise. As we drive along we pass by one of two Chapels boats in France, the other is in Lyon. The chapel boat is a church on a boat, the one here is called "Je Serve".
We drive around 30 minutes to the town of Auvers Sur Oise which is where Van Gogh spent his last days.
Auvers-sur-Oise will be forever known because of the painter, Vincent ...
"Better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times." Today we woke up in Conflas, about 30 minutes outside of Paris and opted to stay on board The Rinda and enjoy a leisurely morning rather than do any of the morning excursions offered. The cruise has been so special in so many ways and although our hearts and minds have gone to our loved ones back home many a time - the experience was exhilarating. Another "check" off our bucket list. Time with our ...
... pyramid than we did yesterday. We continued on and got off at the Notre Dame cathedral which is an amazing old building! We went in and looked around for 3/4 of an hour or so. When we arrived there was a church service happening where those who wanted could get holy communion. Notre Dame is said to hold the crown of thorn's worn by Christ himself, even though we didn't get to see it. From there we got back on to the bus and went to the Arc de Triomphe ...
... for more) and great steaks with delicate sauces.
On Sunday we started the day with a really nice breakfast on our street before trying and failing to get to the catacombs (we both refused to line up for 4 hours). The catacombs encapsulated so much about the French, it is one of the biggest attractions in Paris and yet is closed on Mondays, only opens between 10:00am and 4:00pm and there is no way to prebook tickets. It's truly bizarre - in no other country in the world would ...
... penguins and was a blast until my toes became numb.
Next, we wanted to find the I amsterdam sign. A Dutchman told us it was in Volder Park, so we took the tram there. The park had HUNDREDS of people just hanging out. Why wasn't anyone at work?! We finally found a man who knew where the sign was, which happened to be somewhere else. We made it. People were swarming it, so we did too. We even climbed on the letters - I picked A for Ali, obvs ;) By then, we were exhausted. ...