Campanile Le Blanc-Mesnil
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... 2 shoe shops in the arcade with Starbucks. Sorry to tell you, your leopard skin boots had been sold. Bugger. In and out of shops on the right hand side. Stopped and gazed at the Arc De Triumphe again. Then started our assault on the other side. I bought a wonderful set of hour glass egg timers. No, I don't really eat that many eggs. Just liked them. Stopped for coffee at a sidewalk cafe. Then came across Abercrombe and Finch. Now that store is ...
... of hours with Sophie and Arnaud (Arnold the Baker) discussing our mutual enjoyment of the home exchange experience. We made the point to each other that this would not be the last time. We mentioned Villers-Brettoneux in 2018 and that may be the next time we meet although Arnaud was a bit serious with his joke about becoming Arnold the Baker in Australia sometime. Our country impressed them with the climate and the attitude to life. He was quite definite about that. After ...
... early last night, but kept waking up in the middle of the night because of my dreams.
This morning Anna and I went to the market and the post office/ bank so she could attend to some business. After that I bought her some flowers to thank her for being such a gracious host, and she picked out her favorite flowers! Then I bought some European style pants at the market for only 5 euros. And after that Anna bought more ...
... out on future morning runs. (Sunday update - they do make a mess each day and n Sunday morning it was worse! )
We headed down to do the favourite but practical touristy thing - the Hop on Hop off Bus. The ones we had done in earlier cities gave us a 10% discount in another city. The Paris option was only for one route but another company had 4 routes plus River Seine cruise so we opted for a 3 day ...
... in, however in 1810 the then General Inspector of Quarries, Hericart de Thury had the bones on the front face of each stack arranged neatly or decoratively with long bones and skulls. This was to show respect for the dead and also because it was during the Romantic Period in France. The decoration was believed to help relieve some of the 'macabre-ness' of the ossuary and there are also lots of maxims and reflections about life. Each stack of bones has a stone tablet marking ...