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... of the relationship between the brothers, and also the personal struggles that Vincent experienced through his short life. There are a number of sites in the town which relate to Vincent's life, and quite a lot of the scenes he painted here are very familiar ones. In the footpath there are small circles of shiny gold with Vincent's signature engraved on them, to indicate that you are on the trail to significant sites. The house where he lived ...
... an early departure and wanted to make sure there would be no problems. Bought our tickets for the Roissy bus and then back to our place.
Decided to eat out in the evening. The place right next door was open but not serving any food so we walked down the street checking places out. Decided to have dinner at the Taverna and had a nice time visiting with our neighbors at the next table and enjoying our dinner.
... cathedral and got ridiculously annoyed at tourists. Some people have no respect for others and it's quite embarrassing to be honest. No wonder some people hate tourists so much. The cathedral was stunning. Gothic architecture at it's finest, and it is just jaw-droppingly beautiful. The history of it is incredibly well documented and apparently they even have the Crown of Thorns... Whether or not you believe that is up to you. It's in a semi see through box and ...
... exit we head for the towers. Unfortunately the line is down the street & would take hours of waiting. Instead we buy lunch at a street stall in front of a cafe. Crepes with caramel & banana for me & another double hot dog with cheese in a French stick for Grant. Btw chocolate fans......everywhere in Paris you come across Nutella, it goes on Crepes, croissants, waffles everything. In the supermarket most of the biscuit & bread aisles include chocolate in ...
... like sand), but so much greenery!! Not just the trees - loads of crops as well. We drove over the Somme River and I started visualising that white soil as cloying white mud.
The bus had to drop people at Charles de Gaulle airport - now that is an interesting place to drive! Hard to explain - but drove around a road in an oval shape above everything: we seemed to go around twice before we descended to the bus stop, and then another one and a ...