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... beauty of Mon Matre perched on the hill in yet another direction. Worth the climb.
Next up was a shortish walk to the Eiffel Tower, which I viewed from across the Seine - not an angle I can remember seeing the icon of Paris from before. The crowds under the tower were huge so I pressed on directly to the original Statute of Liberty, a few bridges down the river. I headed down under the bridge to the small platform on which ...
... before hopping on the replaced aircraft (A380). The 13hr flight felt like 13hrs, and probably more for Sassy as she was the only one to stay awake by watching back-to-back movies! Her red eyes proved she was a wreck. She eventually passed out on the train from the airport into town. We're staying in a unique studio apartment a stones throw away from the Notre Dame cathedral, right in the heart of the ...
... be a game of cricket on somewhere around here, it is summer in England, after all! Sure enough, the small village of Fulking was hosting a one-day match between the Sussex and Kent county 2nd XI's! So off I went, on foot, in search of Fulking...on foot, evidently, a little ambitious! Some two hours later I reached Devils Dyke atop the South Downs of Sussex, the Spen Cama Memorial Cricket Ground in sight, but not just close, all the same. Scrambling my ...
... to kill - but on average, people appear dressed more smartly than in the US. You don’t see too many tshirts sporting school names, hoodies or sweatshirts. Its like everyone shops for their clothes at completely different places and takes a lot of trouble to look really well put together without appearing over-dressed. Coming to Paris in early spring, we expected to see a lot of scarves. I did some scarves, but they weren’t the piece of ...
... worth it. I've since been told that the real thing of Monet's garden does not compare so I'll have to do that trip but all I can say is WOW!! Oval rooms with metres upon metres of Monet's work, with padded seats in the middle that you can just sit and soak it all in. I've decided he would have to be by far my favourite painter. Each museum I have been too since if there is a Monet within it, I am automatically drawn before I even read ...