Formule 1 Flins les Mureaux
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... to let light in but also to tell Bible stories to the illiterate masses, and these windows had lots of stained glass. The church also had many intricate statues on the inside and outside depicting things like Mary's life and Jesus' life. This church is dedicated to Mary and has in it her birthing veil, a piece of cloth that apparently dates back to the first century A.D. There are two other churches in the upper and lower town, for the peasants to worship in- one with ...
... out the eurail business, we left for the train station early, but an early rendezvous was not to be. Outside, a band was playing and the streets were closed off for children and adults to cycle along the highway. Little children's carts were stationed on te road and excited kids jumped on and drove off. Everywhere, people had set up stalls and were selling clothes China, nick knacks and toys. It was quite a job for Nic to keep me moving ...
... in the
restaurant until our room becomes ready and the hours pass by while we just
lounge in air conditioning until our room is open and we drop off for the sleep
we have been so desperately seeking.
Ahhhhh after the lovely nap it’s hard to
get moving again. We would have surely stayed in bed all day if it weren’t for
the fact we had prior engagements for the evening. Which happen to be the
Moulin Rouge, so we cant really ...
... walls together with the names of the generals who took part in them.
After the first world war in 1920 a coffin bearing the remains of an unknown French soldier who died on the field of battle was laid to rest under the Arc de Triomphe and in 1921 an everlasting flame was lit above the grave site. The Tomb of the unknown soldier symbolically honours all those who died on the field of battle during World Wars I and II, and since 1921 no army has marched through the ...
another early start. Off to Paris on the Eurostar at 8.00am.
up at fourish. So we ended –up leaving around six. Had to get a couple of
trains to catch the Eurostar and lots of walking and stairs. Place’s knee made
it. The train was good, travel around 180 miles an ...