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I had no idea of the story behind this work but was really impressed when I saw them by the realness of the pain, anguish, and fatalism that Rodin had managed to capture via their body language and facial expressions.
The story behind this work is true, and it happened in 1347 after Calais had been under siege by the English King Edward III for over a year. Starvation eventually forced the city to the point of surrender. Edward offered to spare ...
... his size. He would be just another Frenchman to surrender to somebody. We stayed out till after dark to see the Eiffel Tower blink one more time, before catching the metro for the hotel. We were also counting down the hours till we could get out of town. Donna went to bed, and I slipped out for a few night photos of the Arc de Triomphe. It is surrounded by scaffolding, so it was a quick walk down, and back. Made it to bed for three hours ...
... and we also got off at the wrong station, Daniel thought our stop was different and of course he wouldn't listens to me! Lol! Dinner last night was magnificent!! A river cruise in the Seine, the food was delicious, the wine was great and the views spectacular, I will never get sick of seeing the Eiffel Tower!! Today our last day in Paris we did a guided 3hr tour of The Lourve. Perfect day for seeing a Muesum as it was cold and raining! The Lourve itself which was originally ...
... really look that nice. The stained glass windows were very big but you couldn't really make out all the details from the ground floor. We got Nutella crepes and then came home. We will need to pack tonight as we are leaving here at about 7:30 tomorrow morning. Not long now, Cheers ...
... the outside of the Louvre as the sun set...there I met a older lady from Denmark...we started talking. And she was also on vacation alone... very cool... we ended up exchanging info, to keep in touch. She was charming!
Finally the girls arrived and I met them at the new hotel...it was nice. Certainly a change from what I had gotten used to. It was nice to see some friendly familiar faces at this point...so we went up and settled into our room, ...
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