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... people had built their apartments side-by-side with the cemeteries (not much town-planning went on in those days). It was decided that the disused quarries in the Tombe-Issoire area could be strengthened and used as an ossuary, which is a final resting place for skeletal remains, ie. bones. From 1785 to 1814, human remains were moved from all of the cemeteries in Paris and the bones placed in the Catacombs in huge piles along 780 m of corridors. Initially the bones were ...
Our last week or so of workstay with Carroll and Eric went about the same as the first. Mike and I worked on random projects Eric had on the go and I looked after the horses in the mornings. We had one day trip out to Marseille which was nice but cold and did the usual tour of the local cathedral, museum and narrow old town streets. Mike also bought me a fancy French perfume which was nice of him! Another afternoon we had a day ...
... Kate and a rist-band for me. Then went to the fifth floor of the Pompduim and look at the gift shop, then went to the third floor because there was nothing on the fourth floor. On the third floor there was a art museam and there where a lot of interesting design in the museam. Since my mum started to have a coughting fit, we went back to our apartment.
LOL: How small the Mona Lisa was!
OMG:That we did get to look in the hole Pompdium!
... grateful. All I can think about is chocolate croissants and salted caramel gelato. It's a serious problem. So I made the 8 transfer. Awesome. A guide directed me towards my group. All old people haha. I started to panic. Then once we got outside to get on the bus just I was told to go to another bus. No one was on that transfer bus. Forever alone even on a tour haha. Just got to the hotel. It's nice. Swiss. I so tired. I just want someone to brush ...
After the fairly calamitous previous day everything was going surprisingly nicely to plan; the route to Le Havre train station had been incredibly simple, the train to Paris had ample bike space, and incredibly I hadn’t got lost finding my way across Paris to the hostel I had booked. Walking and pushing my widely-laden bike along Paris’ busy streets was not ...