Hipotel Paris Hippodrome
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... sizes and sometimes mediums ( bronze, marble, plaster). For example the Thinker is inside in smaller versions then the largest is outside in the garden. The sculpture of Balzac is inside in several versions, sizes and moods, then larger outside. He also did several of Victor Hugo. Rodin had a pose he called the Shadow and you can see this in various forms, genders and sizes - a human pose kind of leaning forward or ...
Up at 7.00 am ...the usual morning rituals eg shower dress then out the door to our favourite caffe for croquet Monsieur (loosely translated to ham and cheese toastie ... But better!!) Then to the Metro (trains) ....after taking about five different trains we finally made it to the stop near the Eiffel Tower ....you get used to standing in queues here re about an hour ..the lift took us to the second ...
... quiet for our visit. In any case, we bought special timed tickets for a special exhibition on video games and then regular tickets for the normal exhibition space. We had about 40 minutes before getting into the video game exhibit, so we checked out the energy exhibit first. Thankfully, all the exhibits also had English placards! The Jeu de Video exhibit explored the development of video games starting around the late 1960s up until today. The coolest part was ...
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... the old man had enough and waved his newspaper in the air as he bumbled some sort of insult on his way out of the car. People chuckled, but I'm glad the woman stood up for her son.
My reunion with Edith was not as momentous as the first time, but I'm still glad I went to see her. There were also more tourists, so I felt as if I couldn't really have a moment with her anyway. I just stood by her black, simple tomb that was covered in flowers, ...