Logis le Flamboyant
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... first an then headed to the Louvre. I don't think I've ever seen a place more crowded than it was there. We were constantly surrounded by people and since it was so hot and cramped it made it a little less enjoyable. But we still saw some of the big things! We made sure to see the Mona Lisa and we passed by Venus de Milo and countless other pieces of art. It's another one of those times where there is just so much that ...
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... get our mobile phones to work in Dubai and couldn't advise our transport ( from London to Canterbury) of the change in arrival time, so missed our bus to Canterbury as well! We arranged a reschedule ( once we arrived into London), and finally got the bus at 7.00 pm,.. arriving at our farm (and the Motorhome) at 9.00 pm,.. some 4 hours later than originally planned. We had been 'on the road' for close on 36 hours and felt absolutely knackered. Our Host ...
... was an absolute favourite of ours on our last stay in Paris 5 years ago). It is located in an old railway station, with the exhibits being located in special rooms set up in the huge cavernous station area. The whole effect is extremely light and airy, which brings the best out of the paintings and the many sculptures. The speciality at the D'Orsay is the impressionist painters, with an entire floor set aside for Monet, Renoir, Sisley, Degas, Matisse, Manet, and ...
... and an historic account of life in France over many centuries. Over the years we have read numerous books that allowed us a greater understanding of the characters and events that took place here. It seems incredible that a place so huge could have been built and maintained in its early times, and we tried to imagine the outer courtyards filled with peasants, horses and visitors. There has been a lot of restoration work so the gates for example are ...