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... artists they had studied at school. Famous works by Monet and the French Impressionists, Van Gogh, Degas, Cézanne and Gauguin were almost overwhelming to see in reality. The Toulouse-Lautrecs and art nouveau added flair to the viewing experience. We then went for a walk to the Latin Quarter, stopping on the way to purchase some art works from a vendor. I think we may have just paid for his next holiday but his art was as unusual as it was Parisian. Hopefully a few will make ...
... been Knighted twice by the French government. While he is slowing down, only one tour a day vice two, he was incredibly interesting and made the 90 minute tour fly by. Kathy, never really having a great interest in history has been converted!! Seeing places brought to life after only reading about them in text books has given us both a zest for learning. Don't worry, we won't bore you all ...
... near Rudy's place Had our tickets for Perigueux safe and sound for todays trip..I Am writing this on the TGV taking us to Libourne where we will connect with a Perigueux train. Despite the blockade we had good trip on train and Metro to Montparnasse where bought terrific salad and baguette for lunch on train.Suitcases on Metro are a pain with stairs around stations A car will be at Perigueux station and we will then go to Rudy's friend at St Alvere to stay before Limeyrat at ...
... To start October off we visited Chartres. Chartres is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. It's centerpiece is the Cathedral, which has an interesting story of its own (but I'll spare you this time and move on with my story). It was a truly incredible sight. The cathedral is mostly known for its stained glass which was absolutely beautiful. I enjoyed its striking asymmetry the most. One tower was constructed in a Gothic style while the other tower was ...
... were way too many blobby bits and way too many thin bits. It looks like a six-year-old made it. But at least I have an interesting souvenir!
I ended up going to dinner with the group of seven who met on a Best of Italy tour two years ago. We went back to the place where we had dinner last night. I shared a pizza with Carrie from Bellingham, and I had beer instead of wine. The pizza was really good and hit the spot.
It's bedtime now. Tomorrow, nous allons!