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... and more remote than one imagines, and the crowd turning over fairly quickly, one doesn't enjoy any intimate or extended time with lovely Mona. Potential connection is more immediate and direct with most any other work hanging on the Louvre's walls, which is fine; 'most famous painting' doesn't necessarily mean 'best. painting. ever.' and this is one of the richest collections anywhere. In the end, i've spent five hours walking the halls of this palace, and seen at least a part ...
... many road closures in and around towns and still many people have no or very limited English once you move away from tourist areas. I have also had to act as translator for Tony at the doctors and in other everyday situations. Funnily we have just come from Alsace where there were lots of German names and references and I wished I had brushed up on my German or downloaded a German phrase book to my IPad. I would love to come back and do one or two weeks immersion course to ...
... chewy fudge.
Crumbles--made of cherry, apricot, rhubarb, or my favorite, plum. The plum crumble is a delicious irony to the taste buds-the tangy, slightly gooey, soft plum center filling is bounded by a rich, crunchy, crumbly, buttery crust. This irony had me hooked. I circled this stand repeatedly, like a preditor taking greedy stabs at its prey with each passing. We gobbled samples of flaky baklava and I tried Turkish Delight, a delicacy I had only known ...
Day 14 May 14 -- Vernon and Giverny
The day was cloudy with occasional drizzle. We dressed in beaucoup layers, but the weather did not dampen the beauty of the exquisite gardens. It's amazing -- Monet’s paintings look so much like the gardens. He was one of the first of a school of painters who wanted to paint outdoors, in nature. However, rather than travel long distances to find his inspiration, he moved ...
... This time we were sure we were on the right train- only to be told that it would not be going anywhere because a case had been found on the chamois de mars station and the bomb squad had been called. We waited again bad eventually, we got back to Paris It was early enough to try another monument. We wandered along the champs élysées up to the Arc de Triomphe. The street was chaotic and busy - with no less opulence than the chateau - just firmly grounded in the 21st century! ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed