Premiere Classe Cergy Pontoise
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... to the dome, to the line that looked longer, and instead kept going. We pass the man with the pipe organ and the animals, joined now by a roller skater doing tricks, and crossed the river into the Latin quarter. We walked past a small church having a concert, and a bookstore that offered English literature, and found ourselves in a small restaurant eating crepes. They were hot and cheesy, or sweet and chocolatey, ...
... and into the country; the Seine was on our right much of the way, and there were swans. At the town of Vernon we left the train and boarded a shuttle bus for the 4 km leg to Giverny. We walked from the car park/bus stop through the small village, bought our tickets, and entered. The first room was the large, airy studio that Monet had built late in life, to house the huge canvasses for his final water lily paintings that we saw last week at the Orangerie museum. Now this space ...
... just being there. We then went over some bridges zig zagging over the Seine, including the bridge with locks on it ( there are actually 2 of these). The bridge shined like gold as we approached. Unfortunately part of the side of the bridge had fallen down due to the weight of the locks, so they were repairing it and not encouraging any more people to put locks on the bridge. They have set up a Facebook page for people to do ...
Kayla is sick, so we left her at the apartment, which is very nice then we went to Notre Dame and we took a few pictures. St. Chapelle was our second destination. We took lots of pictures and Moses had horns it was very cool.
So the amazing stained glass windows in St. Chapelle had pictures of Moses with horns. That is what he ment . :) ...
... It had been raining throughout the entire tour and it still hadn't let up so the four of us along with two other American girls decided to wait it out while we ate lunch. It wasn't a very French lunch but it was still very good. The sun was starting to come out now but Paris was much colder than we thought it would be so we all went our separate ways to change. The girl I met on the tour and I walked back to our hostel, getting a little ...