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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... on tonight, as they're preparing the venue for the ballet which starts on Monday. We did see some of the dancers taking a public class for anyone who'd like to have a go, and I would have loved to see them in action for real ... but our timing was off :(
We tried to lose ourselves in the streets, but the landmarks on the hill make it too easy to calibrate where we are. We're still regularly getting asked for ...
... music. The one thing that I did not appreciate was the French boys. I use 'boys' purposely because if the incredible immaturity we had to face. Luckily they don't get physical if you just ignore them enough, but it was still very unsettling with the cat calling and personal bubble evasions. One guy followed us for three blocks trying to hit on Aubris or I. That spells creepy or harassment in Canada, even in the UK. I'm usually very ...
... to bring home or drink while here in France. By the time our wine tasting was over, we were all ready for a nap. Most of us slept on the 3 hour bus ride back to our hotel. When we arrived at our hotel, most of us headed out to get some dinner. We ended up splitting into three groups since restaurants are so small here, they can't accommodate groups of 22. I ended up at a wonderful restaurant. It was called Bistro Régent Grill. The menu was ...
After a bit of a sleep in we caught the metro to Musee Lumiere which features exhibitions about the Lumiere brothers who invented something important to do with film. All the exhibits were in French and we didn't bother with an audio guide so we had to guess a little what was going on. It was pretty cool, with a couple of interactive displays (zootrope!) and a film with English subtitles that explained a bit about their history. One of the things ...