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... him. He lost in what I am fairly certain was a group scam and we left, at least knowing that it was a cheaters game. We got a train to the ice cream store Grom and got 2 scoops in a cup before we wandered back through Paris. We crossed the love lock bridge and walked through the courtyard of the Louvre, taking in the awe inspiring beauty of Paris at night time. We got to see the Eiffel tower lighting up at 9pm from our position near the Louvre and I could feel myself falling in love ...
... had been in possession of part of the seigneurie of Maisons since 1460,
and a full share since 1602. Beginning in 1630, and for the next
decades, René de Longueil, first president of the Cour des aides and then président à mortier
to the Parlement de Paris, devoted the fortune inherited by his wife,
... impressionist exhibits over the years, but never anything close to the Orsay collection - both in terms of volume and quality. Works from Monet, Manet, Pizarro, Renoir, Sisley, Dagas and others take up an entire floor of the Orsay and the rooms are organized chronologically and do a nice job of walking you through the history of the Impressionist movement. It's also a great size. You can take your time and still be out of there within 2 hours. That's about the extent ...
Almost two weeks have gone by already! We were warmly welcomed by the Desruelles and made to feel part of their big family, first at a family get together for Florence's brother's 60th birthday and then when we arrived in Vitry-la-Ville, where we all swung into action with preparations for their daughter's wedding. The wedding was a grand affair with lots of beautiful people and lots of champagne! ...
... a fact made more prevalent as we tried to catch a ferry to see Paris from the water. Apparently they don't run quite as reliably in January haha. So we skipped the boat idea and walked to the Louvre which was of course closed because we were just having that sort of a day! So we walked back across the river to the Museum d'Orsay which was mercifully open and of course packed with all the OTHER people who didn't realize the ...