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The bus will be here to take us to the airport in 6 hours and I just finished packing. The students are hopefully already asleep in bed! We had a great last day in Paris! Our day began with a trip up to visit Sacre Coeur basilica and the wonderful souvenir shops and artist quarter located behind. The rain held off until our shopping was done, thank goodness! We continued on in the rain to visit Napoleon's tomb at Les Invalides. We then headed back to the hotel and most of ...
... with you, such a pity I can't reciprocate, even if I do manage to get the gist of what they as saying, I can only retort with a qui, qui. A quick peek into the cathedral, my but they are enormous and very impressive, I really can't get over how in around the 15th century or so they managed to build these enormous structures and very beautiful too. This one is all domed and has a huge fresco painted above the ...
... happened to be a joint performance with The Royal Andalusian equestrian school of Jerez and they were truly magnificent, the strength and beauty in these animals is something to see and the training and equestrianship marvellous, they put on a magnificent ...
... found it
to be full, this is the first time I have attempted to park in a town and not
immediately find somewhere suitable. It has so far been very easy driving and
parking in France, unlike England where I find it terribly stressful taking the
'van' into towns. Luckily though I found parking just opposite. The town was
way below at the foot of the hill alongside the Loire, but ...
... John showed no
real interest in helping. Henry had already been laid to rest at
Fontevraud and Richard requested to be laid at the feet of his father,
so in the later years of her life Eleanor retreated to Fontevraud and
actually saw and gave approval to her tomb effigy. She commented on the
peon the face, the masterly folds in her garments and requested she be
represented holding her prayer book.
All up an impressive, if
highly dysfunctional ...