Campanile Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines
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... nights have been nice and cool so I can sleep with the window closed and not hear all the noise from the French people blaring their TV sets while they eat baguettes and cheese.
The opera tour was led by a young French woman who spoke very good English but of course with a French accent that made it seem more authentic. She was very funny. The tour actually lasted a good 90 minutes and was extremely well organized. Each of the tourists was given a headset ...
... a wonderful art gallery. Impressionists..then the modern works..wow. We had the baguette lunch, listened to musicians ....wandered Tuillier Park..ducks and crows with pigeons! Went into the Musee L'Orangie..impresionists.... With Monets huge curved walls of water lilies..astounding. With the sun beating down..we walked into the Louvre at ...
... decided to walk around and heard lots of police sirens and shouting so we had to find out what was going on. Across the Seine, there were hundreds of Parisians carrying flags and protesting something. If only I had completed my Rosetta Stone French lessons I might have been able to figure out what they were protesting. Finally called it a night and was excited to be heading out the next day for a tour of Luxembourg and Trier, Germany with the final destination being our cruise ...
... we decided we better just stay home. Finding netflix was probably not a great idea. We watched Eurotrip then ran to the grocery store for chicken and rice and snacks. Then we watched inception. Ate supper then watched disney Robin Hood. The rest feels ...
... Rodin Museum, so we went straight in. On the floor plan they had a pictures of many of the famous paintings and sculptures in the gallery. Dad said our mission was to try and tick them all off.
At the end of our time we had found most of them but some weren't on display.
My favourite was Women in the Garden by Monet (1866) - (http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_i n_the_Garden)
Maddy and Dad both liked the Bal du moulin ...