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... extensive collection of Van Gogh paintings and sketches presented as an exploration of his mental illness, before most people that morning. By the time we left the exhibit, the line for it snaked around and around.
I adored the museum; as Dennis loves Rubens and the Dutch Masters, I love the impressionists and pointillists and other late-19th-century experimenters. The Musee d'Orsay was right up my alley, then, plus it's housed in a gorgeous, ...
... gallery finishing with the Venus de Milo. I don't think we saw anything close to 5% of the gallery, and the gallery itself is a work of art. That evening we enjoyed a dinner cuise on the Seine, which was a Christmas gift from Kara, a great idea and a lovely meal. Then in an effort to squeeze as much into a day as possible, Ron booked tickets for the Moulin Rouge, which was another couple of metro trips away but well worth it. After a long day, good food and wine, ...
... me down the street and off I was to my next destination.
I thought I was fairly knowledgable about cheese until I walked into this place. It's maybe the size of a big bathroom and there's just cheese from corner to corner. The woman did not look very friendly, so I stuck to the basic "Bonjour, Madame" and began to scan the case for something I recognized. Then I saw "the" Brie. Brie au poivre! I asked for the smallish piece and paid, very ...
Part two weather hmm overcast and showers 16 degrees We left Stuttgart and went through the Geisling Steige a very steep curvy path through the Schwabische Alps they are planning to cut a tunnel through here to save time and make the connection to Munich. Just arriving in Ulm at 16.36 it has a stunning tower on it's cathedral. Always think of Manfred's Mum when I come to Ulm as a young girl during the WWII she could see Ulm burning. That is like seeing the ...
... For all those who are reading that don't know it's meant to be the ultimate symbol of unbreakable love - but I think in this case it's more just a cool touristy thing to do. We wrote our names 'Jason and Jamie 4eva' on the lock and now that that's done... I'm guessing it's official right!? Nonetheless, it was a really beautiful setting and something I've always wanted to do in Paris. Next up we made our way down the river to get aboard a boat for a river cruise. We got ...
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