Campanile Melun Dammary les Lys
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... We had planned a couple of extra hours to wander through this town which is the hometown of some of Charlene's distant relatives (her maiden name is Vernon). We had a great time visiting "her" Vernon bank to recharge our wallet, ate at the Vernon patisserie and visited the Vernon museum to view more of Monet's paintings and those of other local artists. All Vernon - all the time! Charlene was in her element! I had to tear her away. She was beside herself - ...
Today I tackled a couple of big tourist draws. First, my plan was to wander the neighborhood right by where I am staying so took a new route in the direction of the Eiffel Tower. Now it is Sunday so as I passed by many of the stores were closed, but I did find many of the stores that are fashion icons. Dior, Hermes, Saint Laurent, and of course Louis Vuitton. The end of my journey was the Champs D'Elysses. Where there were more shops and another site on ...
... French man and then another man wanted me to sing he blues while he played the piano, so I improvised and made up a song (since we didn't know any of the same tunes). On the way home, I wrote this note in my phone:
" There is something truly magical about Paris at night. I don't know if it's the night lights or all the lovers in the street, but something about Paris makes me want to fall in love again some day. I love that the men here aren't afraid ...
... were each painted with a letter and the letters formed words (in French, of course) that referenced the history of the station. At the Versailles station, the tiles were painted in 18th century style pictures of flowers, trees and natural scenes. One station we glimpsed briefly from inside the train yesterday appeared to have walls entirely covered in copper panels with rivets outlining each panel. We may need to go back and check that one out further!
... so we did get a little burnt, live and learn! The river cruise was wonderful, very smooth and we had a guide with an outrageous French accent and it sounded so good, ooh la la. it was really nice to see the bridges from this aspect and we got another perspective of Paris as well, tres bon! After the cruise we walked around to Notre Dame Cathedral, via a lovely nursery market place which smelled so sweet with all ...