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... the flag stone on the rose line. So you see, we are doing some sightseeing!! Friday was the first day of the festival, and so we headed for Montmartre, this time via the Metro. Once up there we found a wine seller, of which were plentiful, and plonked ourselves down opposite a cheese seller. Vlad was in ecstasy!! We tried several wines, Vlad got some sandwich where they melted a half wheel of cheese, then scraped the melted layer into a ...
... s and dates from around 2000BC. During the war when the occupation of Paris by the Nazi's was imminent, the staff of the Louvre evacuated all the works of the museum, including this one. They had to erect a scaffolding and ramp to get it down the massive staircase without damaging it. See the movie The Rape of Europa (streaming on Netflix) for more on the amazing and tireless efforts of the staff of the Louvre in order to protect all the works of art leading up to ...
The next morning was similarly just as frustrating as the first, though I was able to arrange at least one meeting for the afternoon – Parisians have not been as helpful as contacts in other countries. I marked my map again and went out in search of more potential organizations. My first stop was a small organization call Le Pari Solidaire which helps partner lonely elderly who have extra space in their homes with students who are looking for ...
... art works completed by Rodin as well as items from his own personal art collection which included a Monet and van Gough. For a number of the sculptures they had the models or marquettes as well as the finished item. He was certainly a prolific artist! We also enjoyed lunch at the cafe in the garden grounds - a popular location.
After Rodin we moved on to the Paris Cemetery called Père Lachaise. This is located on 100 acres of land in the ...
... to help). By the third step, Bill has usually had enough and snatches the bag off her and carries it up himself. 28th May: Woke up to the sound that people in London must get used to, rain on their roofs. Unfortunately the rain and miserable weather would stick around all day but it didn't let us ruin our day. Bill and I firstly headed into see what I need to do to get this Visa sorted and they informed me that I need to book an appointment. Why couldn't they tell me this a ...
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