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... snail slugging its way down my oesophagus into my stomach where it would set up home. Billy took charge and threw the sluggy inner into his mouth chewed once and swallowed. I took a bit more encouraging. It was a mind over matter thing, and no matter how hard I tried I couldn't get my mind over the matter. The snail went in my mouth and I chewed, and chewed, my ability to swallow was somewhat absent, my throat was rejecting this decision to consume the garden ...
... The best were the gardens, however; cool, quiet, huge--exactly where Rodin's large bronze pieces could be surveyed, individually, from all sides. There is a long central vista, the Hotel at one end and a fountain and plaza at the other, with side alleys. Karen is right--that's the place to experience Rodin. After soaking all this in, we completed our trek around Napoleon's Tomb to return to our Rue Cler neighborhood. We still hadn't had crepes, so sat and enjoyed ...
... the fresh air and change of pace from city life. Our research revealed that Monet had actually taken out an apple orchard and made the water garden himself, fashioned after Japanese water gardens he admired. Touring his house, we dreamed of the views he would have enjoyed waking up to each morning. We stopped at an outdoor cafe for a light lunch, then walked through the village with its ...
My hotel was in such a great location and due to my walking problems, I was able to select a range of great restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner, within walking distance, and the area was buzzing with lots of tourists and locals enjoying the sunny weather. My brother arrived from London and he was able to book into Hotel Saint-Paul le Marius and we spent the day travelling around Paris buying a few mementos before our flight departed at 7.30pm. ...
... I'll admit, we walked for about 20 mins. The weather was threatening rain, definitely not the summer we were expecting but still not quite cool enough for a jumper. We walked past Sainte Chapelle, a gothic style church that I was to find out later houses the remains of the passion of Christ, meaning the actual crown of thorns. No line ups outside & everyone seems hell bent on Notre Dame which is the most visited attraction in Paris, 7 million visitors a year. The first ...