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... a little confused. Life is pretty luxurious here compared to Burkina, I can't wait to tell you all my amazing stories! Anyways, we took a tour of the Grand Mosqué and listened to the missionaries experiences. We happened to be in the Mosque during the call to prayer and every single person in our group went silent and we all felt so happy. In Burkina we heard the call to prayer 5 times a day, everyday and it was such ...
The next day we tackled the calm and lovely L'Orangerie, the former orange tree greenhouse turned museum.It is primarily devoted to Monet in his later years but has some of his contemporaries work as well. Lots of his lilypads from Giverney rendered in huge canvases encircling smaller rooms. You sit on benches and take them in. Quite ...
Jason and George left this morning at 5:45am to catch the metro to meet their train to Normandy before beginning a guided tour. I had a message during the day to say they were having a great time, they had been through the museum and were about to head onto the landing sites. I don't expect them back much before 11pm. Zoe and I slept in a little and after breakfast went out shopping for the day. We had such fun. We caught the metro to Galeries Lafayette, where we wandered ...
We'll we all fell asleep but at midnight reception rang our suitcases had arrived Then we all settled in for the night . Woke up at 3.30 to hear rain falling then fell asleep again & we all woke up at 6am & we started our day. Went down for breakfast wow pastries eggs cold meat baguettes coffee and found it tough to leave breakfast but now we are about ready to start our day Wow where do I start after breakfast about 8.am we headed ...
... now everyone had been warning us about the queues, but aside form the throng of activity in the Mona Lisa room it really was easy. Again we didn't pre book tickets, but entered down one of the side entrances rather than waiting to buy tickets at the main entrance. Now we didn't see everything actually didn't scratch the surface, obviously saw the Mona Lisa and then spent time in the Egyptian section. Apparently there ...