Adagio Access Torcy Marne-la-Vallee
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Today we went to the Louvre, the museum which houses 35,000 works of art. It is a truly stunning building as it used to be a royal palace, it is vast. There is so much to admire that it would take days or even months to see it all. Also I am a firm believer that you need to research and understand the artists and the era to truly comprehend what a piece of art it about. We spent half the day wandering the museum. I particularly ...
... you. Well that's what the waiter said anyway. She wore clothes that made her look homeless, but according to the waiter she lived in an enormous apartment near there. She was just at the table next to us asking for a cigarette and I was getting a little scared and then the waiter came and asked her to go away. I had a great lunch other than that. I think the rest of the day was boring, but you know ...
... was suitably amazed, how had this treasure escaped his keen eye previously? We continued to meander and found our way back to the apartment at about 4:30. I had a nap, Stephen wasn't tired at all, but when he woke me a few hours later he was shocked to realise that he too had dropped of on the lounge. Unheard of behaviour from him. I hope he isn't coming down with something. We needed groceries so I downloaded 'around me' and was pleasantly surprised ...
I was up early as that was our plan but Tony needed more sleep. I recorded his snoring on the quick voice app and then replayed it to him when he woke. Time to send emails to Meg Rosse, Mary de Graaf, Andrew and Krista and Sarah and text messages to Kay McCarthy, Lel and Ray and Dee. It is amazing how long all of that takes- about two hours. While Tony is showering I am just catching up on our travel blog, filling in yesterday and starting today. Colmar was a very pretty ...
... in time to board the plane before the doors were closed. Whewwww! That was close!!!! As we entered the plane and were shown to our seats, let the jaw dropping begin!!!! Now, I'm not exaggerating when I say that neither Keller nor I have ever experienced anything like this in our lives!!
Yes, we had both seen and walked through 1st class a number of times, I had seen the lay down seats, but this was something else ...