Ibis Charles de Gaulle Paris Nord 2
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A day of travel and farewells.
Left Toledo for Madrid, again on the amazing road system.
Tunnels, 3 lanes each way, flyovers, ring roads at 50, 40 and 30 kms from the city centre.
Dropped off people until we ended up at the airport.
Still had a 5 hour wait until our flight to Paris.
Madrid airport is amazing, 3 …
... march to July and showed about 12 of his installations. Of course we are not art experts, but I remember Karin telling me about the shoots and the challenges to do the water and fire, finding someone who could hold his breath for a really long time etc, so it was great to finally see the pieces installed. Our favorite was the guy on a slab, and it raining,which over 10 minutes becomes a ...
... is a magnificent sight, with all the French flags flying and the massive Arc de Triomphe sitting and waiting for you at the end. We decided not to go up today as it was getting late, but it's another of Paris' famous buildings that I never get tired of seeing. If the weather is unfriendly tomorrow I think we will head to the Centre Pompidou. Em loves modern art, so it's something she is looking forward to. ...
... and THEN she shocked me by grabbing my hand and saying "No, thank you so much for coming". It was the most heart felt moment I had in the whole convention and it showed that she realised how far some of us came just to meet her. So I was really touched and blown away by the fact that she truly cared and showed it. She is such a friendly and caring person and I really didn't expect it. So that was when everything changed for me in regards to this show and who I admire the ...
... caramel, and mustard in g detou, the macarons at Laduree, the Lebanese stall at Place Monge, the Canal St Martin, the Richard Lenoir Market, Le Baron Rouge, and most recently, the snails at La Maison De L'Escargots.
What can be more French than snails? Last Friday, in between a few showers, we took an easy metro ride up to the 15th to the only place in the city for take-out snails. La Maison De ...