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... post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by painters including Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, CÚzanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh. It is housed in the former Gare d'Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station built between 1898 and 1900.
Our guide made the paintings come alive as he explained the social and artistic relevance of the paintings that we viewed.
For example Olympia by Manet. This painting of a prostitute distain ...
... well. I have never seen a Tour Director as well dressed and for this 21 day trip he has 21 beautiful shirts. In The Netherlands, when the cost of road tunnels have been recovered, tolls are no longer charged. Maintenance becomes the responsibility for the state and therefore is paid for through general taxation. Our coach has a monitoring disc, as do all coaches and heavy vehicles. If the driver is on the road for more than four hours, at four hours and five minutes ...
... to show us the two or three items 6. Employee goes to a lot of trouble to explain all the items 7. Kylie looks at all the items in detail 8. Kylie thanks the employee for his time 9. We leave empty handed 10. I complain for the whole rest of the day Lucky for everyone, it was late in the evening and I was tired - so we had a coffee at a cafe along the road, then took the metro back to hotel. I'll probably start up the complaining again tomorrow. It's what I do best. Bon ...
... how 'tit'alating it was - hmmmmmm. I guess Paris is the city of love after all . This was the final night as a tour group so a few of us had a farewell drink at the bar across the from the hotel. We have become particularly close with a few people so it was a bit sad saying our goodbyes but have vowed to keep in contact. We have 3 remaining days in Paris on our own so will do our utmost to take in as much as we possibly can. So for now it is 'bonsoir' from ...
... Louvre originally served as a fortress constructed by Phillippe-Auguste. Medieval remnants are still visible on the lower ground floor of Sully, which we were able to walk around. It was rebuilt in the mid-16th century as a royal residence in the Renaissance style (i.e.: lots of gold…). All of the paintings, sculptures, and artifacts on display in the Louvre Museum have been collected by subsequent French governments. Among them are works from all ...