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... much more our style. It is filled with impressionist works and post-impressionist works, which were beautiful! We walked through rooms filled with works by Van Gough, Manet, Renoir, CÚzanne, Pisarro, Monet, and Rodin. It was the perfect way to prepare for our day to Monet’s Garden at Giverney tomorrow.
After a few solid hours at the D’Orsay, we were ready for a much-needed break at the Tuileries. We found chairs by a beautiful pond ...
... from the office you insure you can sit down in a seat rather than pay and still stand most of the trip. Besides that a few trains are not covered because they are run by separate companies. These are mostly the scenic trains, specific commuter trains, or specialty trains. However often you still receive a discount for having a eurail pass. Just remember the eurail pass only work us ...
... email addresses and I am sure we will keep in touch with some of these new friends. After arriving in Dover we were driven in a double decker bus to London where we all dispersed to continue our various trips. We got a taxi back to our favourite hotel, the Park Plaza, where we have a lovely apartment. We had drinks and chips and then had take-a-way Asian noodles which we really enjoyed. Tomorrow we are off to the Ritz for High Tea. ...
Our day to visit the Catacombes of Paris...caught the metro outside our door and took two trains (7&4..thanks to Magge's research) and arrived outside the entrance of the catacombs to find people waiting in a line that encircled the block. It would be a two and a half hour wait we were told by a guard..and the girls were willing to wait! The boredom of a wait was helped by an Asian girl who was behind us: Tammy, from Calgary-visiting a friend in ...
... next stop was the American Cemetery on Omaha Beach. That was truly amazing (and those of you who know me, know I don't throw that word around too often!). Beautiful grounds. The perfectly lined gravestones, all with crosses and occasionally punctuated with a Star of David. Sandy and I went into the Visitors Center. People, if you go there, see the 25 minute film. We only had time for 15 minutes as the bus was leaving, but let me tell you ...