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... our seats being very impressed by the train itself, much better than V-Line trains! The whistle to depart blew and nothing happened. We sat for about 5 minute then an announcement was made in French (of course) which meant we had no idea what was going on! Luckily the people in front of us were Americans and they were also going to Giverny. The couple facing them were French but spoke English so they translated and we eavesdropped. It turned out one of ...
... a lot of Cezannes I rather liked. The furnishings were interesting, the rooms all still as they had been, not a large house but so light and simple and lovely views of the garden of course. No photos allowed inside. We spent an hour or so there and had to head back for Rouen, this time deciding to take the tollway, as much faster. Which it was, and in fact only one section was toll, for which we'd saved more than enough coins, and there was a person in the toll ...
... but I haven’t bought a white top for ages.
Mary and I then took the Metro and picked up our City Vision bus tour to
Giverny to Monet’s Garden and house. What magnificent countryside Paris has –
very green and lush. It does seem like a wealthy country. The bus tour was very
Claude Monet’s house ...
... amp; young, local & international and so many very young school children. We thought about how fortunate they are to be able to have such an experience at that age. There were American students there too, secondary level, who were obviously excited at the experience too. The gardeners were busy weeding, pruning, repainting - a never-ending job but well done. Nothing looked overgrown, nothing looked dead, everything ...
... spire. We went to visit an ossuary that was used during the time of the Black Plague. The buildings surrounded a gorgeous courtyard. The ornamental carving is very macabre with skulls and crossbones. This was also the site if my almost tragedy. I stepped off a stone step and my body moved forward and my shoe and leg remained behind. I hobbled for the rest of the day but all was well. Rouen was also where Joan ...
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