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... adventures we have all been on and the different places we have all seen. It was really good hearing everyone else experiences. Before we knew it it was dark and ready for us to all go to our own rooms. once I got back to my room I just had a shower and put a movie on then fell ...
... We had purchased our Paris Pass, in large part so that we could skip the line at the Louvre and go right in. Whether it was the later time or the rain, or a combination of both, there was no line and we were able to go right in. On our way, we had decided which things were most important to see so that we could make sure that we got to see them. Our first stop was the Mona Lisa. We had prepared the kids for the throngs of people but were pleasantly surprised ...
... Gendarmerie Nationale. We were met by Commandant Antoine Langagne (Head of Music at the Republican Guard), Eric Brisse, Maurice Fourdrinier and Christian Lelieur (Musical Director, President and Secretary of the Brass Band of Amiens - our hosts).
Due to our delayed arrival, the rehearsal was shortened somewhat, but the only person who might have minded was Viv (our conductor). I know that I checked in my bell several times to see if there ...
... menu, they had a butcher case in the back where you could pick the piece of meat that you want. We had two bottles of wine with dinner, and then one of the managers invited us over to the bar for an after-dinner drink. He gave us something that he couldn’t really explain, and it was really good (it was poured from these massive bottles). We chatted with him for a good few hours. I had way too much to drink, and Rob had to basically carry me back to the hotel. ...
... entrance fee was quite high as it was for the army museum as well. I didn't want to see the museum, just Napoleon's tomb. Meh. So I headed on my way and ran smack bang into some sort of demonstration. There were TV cameras everywhere. I'm probably in the back of some shots on tonight's French news! I have no idea what it was all about.
I then meandered my way into the city, bidding goodbye to Notre Dame. I had a lovely lunch in a small restaurant near ...