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... I am, but I certainly appreciate many different forms. Anyway, I think eveyone would appreciate the great works we saw, including some of Monet, Manet, Renoir, Cezanne and Van Gough. Oh, and sculptures by Rodin! I know I am am 'going on' about this but I am always amazed seeing so many beautiful pieces of art in one place. After all that, we walked again, along by the Seine, past the famous green metal boxes that open up into book stalls, then through the streets ...
... to get some crepes - chicken and cheese for me, ham, cheese & tomato for Brigitte and sausage, egg and cheese for Dad. I didn't like it so Mum ate mine.
I wanted to go bike riding now so Dad suggested we try the Champs-Élysées. So we took the Metro to Champs-Élysées – Clemenceau and then walked along it. There were cars everywhere so that was no good. Then Mum mentioned that she'd read that the closed off streets were along ...
This morning we had yet another early start which began with a 5:30 a.m. wake up call. We had to take a metro ride to meet a RER high speed train which would take us right to the park entrance. The park's official opening time was 10:00 but I knew the lines would be crazy and most likely it would open by 9:30. As we left the hotel, we stopped at the McDonald's around the corner to pick up some breakfast to eat on the train. However, contrary to what they told us at McD's last night, ...
... on so the girls went up and picked a spot just so happens the other people were from ACT all up only about 10 people watching the game although the result didn't go our way we had a great day out having lunch and 7 pints of carlsberg ale for the boys and on where near that for the girls On the way back to catch bus no 30 it was raining Nick and myself were having a good old time laughing and joking when we eventually got to our bus stop sick of ...
... Ah well, next time we visit France.
It was raining budkets, unfortunately when we arrived but
we all had rain jackets and headed to the town centre from Rouen Station.
What an amazing place, it’s all fifteenth century houses
with beams and is a far older city than Paris.
We saw a lot of umbrellas again, just like in the queue
to the Musee ...