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... Greece, Rome, including Venus de Milo and Egypt including numerous sphinxes. Then we tried to get out of that wing to get lunch and found half the exit doors shut - some sort of security scare, we assume - so it look a long time to get to lunch in a much-too-small cafe area. After lunch looked at a great new display of Islamic art, sited under a purpose-built free-form roof. Great display, not crowded, and good info ...
Tour started at 9 left the hotel at 8 took us 40 mins to walk the tourist information area Toured Paris stopped at Bank of Seine pear 2 than the guide gave us a pass to get into the Eiffel Tower got a lift up to the first floor very beautiful view hard to believe I was there Brought souvenirs walked along Champs Élysées than home quite a lot of ...
... in the wrong direction did not help this. Once
pointed in the right direction, it is as though he bowels knew the end was in
sight and began preparations. At this point, he stride length had decreased
significantly and it was as though he was trying to will his butt hole to close
up shop by imitating this with his lips, they were clamped shut. We finally
spot a public toilet, which we knew was coming but just as it came in sight,
somebody entered. ...
... us along the other side of the Louvre where we found some gorgeous little trinket boutiques, Molly for once was enthused about shopping here. Tomorrow we begin the next part of our adventure as we pick up the camper-van and set off for Lyon before going onto Milan on Sunday. As we will be on the road almost every other day we have no idea where we will find wifi so please do not be alarmed if I do not blog each ...
... my basket and Renee, I was going to wear a skirt but it had been so cold, wasn't going to risk it :o) As it turned out the wind was quite cold but the sun beautiful and I ended up both wind & sun burned. After the market we made our way to Marion Antionette's house/garden, the highlight (apart from lunch) of the tour. To think that this was all man made from the rolling hills, the pond and the buildings in a time when machinery was non-existent. No ...