Domaine du Verbois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... churches I wasn't going to wait in that line to see another one.
So I got on the Metro and headed over to the Musee de l'Orangerie. This was a magnificent sight. It's a museum desihned by Claude Monet to house his Water Lillies. There are two oval-shaped white rooms with four huge panels curved to fit the shape of the walls all by Monet. He meant it to be a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Paris as a place to rest ...
... so we moved on. We did see there the biggest book shop we have ever seen (except possibly for the converted picture theatre at Hay on the Wye in Wales which sells second hand books). We then walked on to The George Pompidou Centre, but this also was being renovated and was closed. We wanted to buy some postage stamps and Bureau De Poste are in short supply. We knew there was one at the Louvre and when we got ...
... we were not up to another large park so we went down to the bus stop to catch the #69 and ride if around to where we got on...in principle this was a good plan, in execution...not so much. Apparently the path the #69 takes was closed due to a demonstration. So the driver...the nice one told us where to catch the next 69 and dropped us off...now we weren't the only ones with this circuit in mind...so here we are trooping like a herd ...
... copies of the original would significantly rise in value after the painting's theft. A later account suggested Eduardo de Valfierno had been the mastermind of the theft and had commissioned forger Yves Chaudron to create six copies of the painting to be sold in the United States while the location of the original was unclear. But the original remained in Europe and after having kept the Mona Lisa in his apartment for two years, Peruggia grew impatient and was finally caught ...
... Halle's and Eglise St. Eustache. There was a special display of the work of Marcel Duchamp which we visited first - we found his progression as an impressionist very dramatic and often humorous. Then we visited the art of the period from 1905 to 1980 which we found to be quite varied in styles and showed the early development of impressionist art. The next floor was from 1980 to present and some of this was a ...