Travel Blogs from Paris
... This whole experience at Giverny has certainly inspired me to try a series of paintings on similar subjects.
We arrived home about 8pm having picked up a bottle of rose and some treats from the local boulangerie for our last dinner. John did his final rebuttal work while he still had WiFi and I facetimed Sarah and Phil and spoke to the girls as Zoe will have her 9th birthday tomorrow while we are on our way to Budapest.
... Eiffel towers, they now sported lots of umbrellas at Eu 5 each. The queue,
including us, mobbed them. Suddenly everyone had an umbrella, it looked pretty
good, so I took a photo.
This time, it took about half an hour to get in. As
usual, we went through security. Bags and coats went through the xray, we’re
beginning to get used to this.The first thing most of the females members of the
... golden arches; instead it must be silver in order to not disrupt the exclusive street.
More walking saw us at the Eglise De La Madeleine, surrounded by 52 pillars, all-representing one week of the year. On entry, this church left you speechless. The carvings and sculptures along with artwork that was stained on the walls depicted added to this beautifully constructed
The Muse De Opera, that was the birthing place of ...
... year. But I think the real thing that pushed me to leave early too was when she started throwing things at him. My goodness! So I decided to message my friend Valentine and also Will to see if there was any room for me for my last night in Paris. Will was the first to reply, which was nice. He was having a party and friends over at his house, so he said I was more than welcome. So I made my excuses with Marlena. I didn't tell her why I was leaving just that my friend had ...
... to Red Shutters as we left for Paris. What was supposed to have been -- according to the GPS and Google maps and all other accounts we read -- a 5.5 hour drive turned into 12 hours. We were in nearly stopped bumper to bumper traffic on the ring road around Paris for over 3 hours. It was dark and raining by the time we arrived. Our driver had been waiting for us for 4 hours as were the owners of the apartment Laura and Renee rented. No one was ...