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... I was so tired by the end of the night, with no promise of many hours of sleep the next day that we decided to just go to sleep. Our days have been amazing, and I so far I have absolutely no regrets!
Unfortunately it is late here, and once again we are exhausted, and will be waking up early, so this is the only post for now. I will post about our day today tomorrow, or the next day when I will be on the train to Lyon. For now Goodnight, and sleep tight!
... that line the walls of two round galleries. I am so glad we went as Le Nympheas are stunning. Four huge waterlily paintings cover the walls in each gallery and there is an island of seats in the middle that you can sit on and just look at the colour and light Monet introduced into his paintings. I love the impressionist painters, so it was a lovely bonus to see other paintings by Degas, Manet and Renoir ...
... Hilarie Burton. Now, for the record I love Peyton. I always loved Peyton but I loved Nathan and Haley more. In Season 5, when Peyton and Lucas are not together though they are why I love Season 5, so Hilarie was in my top 3 before ever meeting her. At the Q and A she was so open and lovely and it shocked a lot of us because she hadn't been on the show the last 3 seasons so we didn't think she would be so friendly or care as much about the show since she left on bad ...
... wine) country, we went to the most exquisite wine bars, with Mouna who really knows her wine! The wine bar's internal walls were sandstone brick, so old that the sandstone was flaking off. They had trees inside with fairy lights, candelabras and chandeliers. The extensive wine menu was presented on old 1930s newspapers. Specific nibbles were offered to complement the type of wine ordered. Very, very cool place.
These past two days of the trip have been one of our ...
... put in front of the door to the toilets!!! I took a photo and was so thankful there wasn't a queue. We then toured around the main Le Quartre shops which has four levels not including the parking ones and goes for kilometres. Lunch stop, then Daryl asked at the cinemas about English films and yes there were four that we could have gone to but I didn't like any of them. We wandered back to the hotel and dropped off our purchases. We decided to do a load of washing, and ...