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... and just had a most brilliant time. But the best was yet to come .... Biagio and Ruben took us on a bit of a tour about Paris and we had the music cranking in the bus with much singing and laughter, it was so much fun. To really top off our night was that Paris was celebrating the 'Fete de la Musique', which is an annual music festival held on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. The aim of the festival is to have music everywhere ...
... queuing up for quite a while (during which I heard all these horror stories about pick pocketing so I was quite wary). When we got in Nim needed to pee which took about fifteen minutes due to massive queues. Eventually we started into one of the wings of the museum. Niamh decided she wanted to go straight for the Mona Lisa and then see the rest of the gallery on the way back, so we went up three flights of stairs to the Italian painters wing. ...
Today we did our tour to Normandy. We had to get up really early to make it to our bus by 6:45. It took us 3 hours to get to Normandy. We started at the Museum which was very interesting. At the museum we saw a movie that had been reproduced that showed what the Germans were doing at the same time as the Americans. Really eye opening. We then had lunch at the museum which came with our tour. Surprisingly it was really good and they ...
... When I asked Oregon or Maine, he responded Oregon. He asked where we were from and we chuckled Salem, Oregon. Then we shared one of those 'small world' moments. But then, we found out he was an architect who had worked extensively on a neighbor's house two blocks from us, we really had a laugh. He was heading off to Lyon to paint for a week -- something he does to unwind and relax -- so we bid him bon voyage. The serendipity of that chance encounter is ...
... From the front you have huge view of the city, sitting in a pastel mist. There enough of that. No photos allowed in church...although did see some take some. The view is pretty good up there though. There was a guy performing to the crowd with a ball, who was entertaining. Passed by the Musee de Montmartre .....9 euro each to go in so just took a picture....maybe another time. On the way down to Cimetiere de Montmartre, went past where Van ...
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