Premiere Classe Conflans-Sainte-Honorine
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Such a beaufitul town. Not nearly as small as I fist thought when I was comparing it with Paris. Quite large and the people are so friendly. I will visit conflans again.
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... It is the final resting place of Van Gogh and was also a favorite village for other painters of the 1800s. In the last 70 days of his life Van Gogh painted 70 paintings in and around Auvers-sur-Oise. He lived here to be near his brother Theo, who lived in Paris. By direct train, the voyage from Paris takes less than 35 minutes.
The Ravoux Inn is situated in the heart of Auvers-sur-Oise, a village 30 kilometers to the north of Paris, and was the last home ...
... so special as well - her patience and love for us so apparent. (We were the envy of many for having such a sweet, young and beautiful companion and we were told so on more than one occasion). Her daddy bragged endlessly how this trip was "her treat." We chuckled inwardly as ALWAYS the looks of confusion followed. "Just How,old are you?" What do you do?" The best part though was seeing and experiencing all the sights through her eyes. In the afternoon we took ...
... commissioned to be built by Napoleon I in the 1820's as a tribute to his armies for there victories. Unfortunately we couldn't climb up it as it was closed today due strike action by the people who work there. But we were able to see the grave of the unknown French warrior who died during WWI and was buried there in 1920 & the eternal flame that was lit on the grave in 1923. Then we drove past the Eiffel Tower again, which is not quite as impressive as it ...
... half the shops in the capital city close for the entire peak tourist season, while the owners desperately try and escape their prospective customers and the possibility that someone may want to purchase something from them. It's almost as if the entire population is Manny from Black Books, which I have decided was set on the wrong side of the channel.
This was the same story at most of the tourist attractions, so to get our cultural dose, we headed to one that was recommended ...
... out on the grass and then headed to Hard Rock for dinner. We had a free ice cream sundae with an entree which was exciting after all that walking :). We got there, hair a mess and sweating and backpacks piled up next to our table. I immediately went to the bathroom to fill my bottle up with water.. such backpackers.
After dinner, we wanted to go see the Museum of Prostitution. I have such a heart for human trafficking and we thought it'd be interesting to see ...