Premiere Classe Maurepas-CC Pariwest
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... stained glass and buttresses, the other in disrepair and falling apart. There is an archeological dig within it, and restoration has just begun. The old town was also fascinating with cobblestone streets, Tudor houses of several stories and a little river with humpback bridges - once the site of the town laundries. The town was quiet today as many of the retail shops were closed - Thanks be to God! You could see how it would be great shopping and very busy on ...
We started the day slowly, all feeling like we have been go, go, go for a week. None the less we still headed out around 10.30am to see Monet's Water Lilies at the Musee de L'Orangerie. They were stunning, 8 large canvases on display in two oval shaped rooms. Zoe's favourite was 'Green Reflections' and George' was 'Clear morning with Willows'. We also saw works by Renoir, ...
... there when we arrived, but there was no electric. This part of the town was very newly built 1960/1970. In this part John counted 15 restaurants business used at dinner time mainly by the workers, but he could not see a supermarket. One lady told us that Napoleon and Josephine lived there in their family home in the old part, and also told us where the supermarket was, so they trundled off ...
... Sacre Coeur in Montmartre. Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris, and is 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding district. It is primarily known for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacré Coeur on its summit and for its many artists who worked around the community such as Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh. Today we went inside the basilica and wandered through the many ...
... I saw it as a necessity against any residual cold left after the European winter. I bought it second hand, knowing that it would be one of the things to go when I arrived in Italy. On the whole the weather has been quite warm enough not to need such a heavy jumper. Also on the list to go was a pair of light sandals that I have worn on a couple of occasions quite successfully, but which I realised were not good for cobblestones. They also had been a ...