Manoir de La Grande Commune
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... the night lights one more time on our last night. It was a special celebration for something, so they had a special light show that was both romantic and remarkable. The had different patterns and colours and we enjoyed ice cream and crepes whilst watching the beauty unfold. After a small walk around the base of the Eiffel Tower we headed back home. At this point we had completely lost all our maps and knew the Paris metro system, back to front. ...
... The flight was short and the boys did well. The flight was mostly without incident. There was a guy across the aisle from me and a row ahead that was really obnoxious. He refused to keep his seat upright even during meal service. The poor lady behind had to endure the reclined seat the whole flight. Karma did bite him in the butt though when his seat got stuck in the recline position and the flight was landing. There was quite the commotion and three flight attendants were called ...
... did not know where to start so decided to ask for the very first thing they touched but we suggested they walk around and look at everything before deciding what they might like. We picked up a few things and then headed back to catch a bus back to the campsite. We somehow managed to keep going once we got back, even after walking around Disneyland for about 7 hours and made some dinner and then we gave the twins the rest of their presents. Everyone was close to ...
... museum with 8 massive paintings by Monet of his water lilies. Each is about 15 metres long and 3 metres high. All different. All beautiful. No photos allowed anywhere. Downstairs had collections of other Impressionists, some known works, most lesser known works. Next stop is the Museum D'Orsay, possibly the biggest collection of Impressionist and Post Impressionist art. We had seen some of this collection when it came to Canberra a few years ago. One of the ...
... a little. Tonight after classes finish at 9.30 pm, we have to pack a couple of days clothes into our smaller bags, ready to head off again tomorrow afternoon. We will be flying on a small plane to the south of France to Perpignan for our next, and last, retreat. The south of France is a hotter area than Paris, so my summer clothes fit well. Will try to get an early night if possible And catch up with everyone again ...