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Travel Blogs from Paris
... based on the Old Testament, but there are also a number of sculptures including a couple of bronze versions of the melting watch made famous in his painting The Persistence of Memory. There’s a plaster reconstruction of the chapel of St Pierre’s church (the same one I visited yesterday) which is used as a proscenium arch for one of Dali’s films. Entry cost is 11 euros and the signs are in French and English. You exit thought the gift shop, where ...
... in during a 9 day stay is virtually impossible however I
think we’ve had a darn good crack at it. Highlights of our travels around and
our time in Paris include (in no particular order)……..
Final stage of the 2013 Tour de France
Having scoped out a great shady spot along the Champs Elysees the day
before, we headed there early on Sunday to ensure we had a front spot along the
barricade. Whilst Scott & Roberta ...
Important stuff we learned about the French capital:
- There are more restaurants and eateries of any kind per capita than there are bikes per capita in Amsterdam... wow.
- Jim Morrison lies by La Fontaine at the Pere-Lachaise cemetery and we have pictures to prove it.
- The traffic in this city is getting almost as bad as Sao Paulo's...(doesn't help ...
... Shelley Long - Outrageous Fortune - where the two rich women are on the tube in the States and someone smells bad and they spray perfume as well.
I know this shouldn't have been so funny (its actually tragic), but social niceties - no one said anything, no one moved seat, no one looked at him...this poor lady was sitting minding her own business a couple of seats up from us and this homeless guy actually sits on the seat next to her. She was so good - ...
... construction. We were not wowed at all by it, it was cold and raining and we were staring at a metal tower. There was a line up to go up and to be honest we were just not in the mood to face the weather conditions at higher levels, so we admired it from the bottom with a tea and coffee and took some happy snaps. Before we could depart though we were tracked down by two young girls who I presumed were lost, however they thrust a piece of paper and pen under ...