Campanile Le Blanc-Mesnil
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... between 1875 and 1914 and to me is probably the most impressive of the many churches and cathedrals we have seen over the past 3 weeks. From there we proceeded downhill along quaint alleys with cafes and bars set out in the street, to yet another hop-on, hop-off (HOHO) bus which took us on another roundabout tour back to the Place de L'opera. Curiously this was very close to the Flagonard perfume museum and ...
... 3, and everything their mom did, they'd destroy. And laugh maniacally. She looked like she was trying not to cry or strike them in public. Poor woman. It was kinda funny though. Wandered for a bit and then decided to head back to change shoes and put my foot up for a bit. About an hour later, I still had no idea where I was and couldn't locate the streets on the map. Nothing looked familiar anymore. I finally had to ask a cop to find me on the map. Literally, handed him ...
... over how busy the airways are in Europe. This mornings driving to the airport you could see many jet streams in the eastern sky's and I could also see three planes visible creating new ones. This is a very busy airport. The sky is full of criss cross jet streams of planes coming and going. When we took off from the Paris, as we pulled out onto the runway I could see a plane approaching coming into land and it was very low. ...
... it. The Impressionists certainly discovered how to achieve the feeling of light and reflections on water. So interesting to see the progression of how that was achieved. It's fascinating to go up close - all you can see are the brush strokes and paint texture - and then to stand back at a distance - and the brush strokes all blend together into a beautiful dance. Again, I had the feeling that I would love to learn more about art history. Definitely need to read more books when I get ...
... plying their trade so Jo bought a padlock for her and David, marked it with their names and threw the key over the edge. So romantic! Across the bridge we went up to the museum. It's in a converted railway station and houses a massive collection of Impressionist and later art up till the early 20th century. A truly amazing building and an incredible collection of artworks. We spent a couple of hours ...