Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo
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... found’ on the path. She nearly forced me to take it and then when she was a few steps past us, returned asking if we had a bit of money for a food. I promptly returned the ring to her. It was a weird scenario as I vividly recalled looking at the ground as I often do while walking, and not seeing anything when she leaned forward and pretended to pick up the ring. Interesting scam, wonder how often it works.
We continued walking and reached the side entrance to the ...
... day seeing her so pleased, and thrilled to "have seen the actual real thing." I was also really happy to be able to show Victoria so many famous paintings, especially Monets and Renoirs, some of my favourite artists.
I was disappointed we didn't get to the Orangerie, but hopefully our chance to see fine art isn't over yet. I've got Picasso and Joan Miro lined up for Barcelona!
Love letters written somewhere over the Atlantic, dropped from the window, dispersed by the four winds of the jetstream. We are three hundred strong in anonymous proximity, and with the pitch dark from the window, it may as well be the surface of the moon below. Sinatra won't fool me with Come Fly With Me, there's nothing cool-cool about jet travel, no romance in this tin cigar. Over the p.a., the flight crew sounds mostly disinterested with their thick parisian accents, ...
Wednesday was another beautiful day in Paris and we took the Paris/Vernon train and then the bus to Giverny where we arrived at 11.45 and spent two hours wandering the gardens where Monet lived and painted.
Sofie, Amanda and I took many photos and it was a special trip for Amanda who had wanted to come here for many years and this trip fulfilled a dream for her.
It was ...
... it was supposed to rain, so we planned only indoor activities, but we weren't expecting a deluge.
Since I'm stuck at the apartment for the moment, I might as well reflect on a new breakthrough Sage has made. Although we've taken a lot of different public transportation since we arrived in Luxembourg, Sage has been resistant to sitting next to strangers. This, of course, is normal. Nobody really wants to sit next to someone ...