Premiere Classe La Ville Du Bois
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... the seasons change, so the vegetation is seen in different stated of growth and blossom. The only thing that would have made the whole experience more immersing would have been a quiet flowing water soundtrack, to dull the hum of people whispering, coughing and moving through the rooms, boots scuffling along the floor, Otherwise, we really enjoyed wandering about, getting up close to the painting to examine the brush ...
... good. His bodies are amazing, his faces speak to you. Many of the sculptures are so explicit, they need no explanation. Many of them are in a large manicured garden with a sculpture in a nook or featured around a fountain. He was prolific and perfect. I will do a separate study of his faces (étude des visages). We wander again for another hour in the garden after coffee and seeing the flower arrangement. The sculpture he was happiest with is the most abstract one of Balzac. It is ...
... street we started walking towards our next destination: Shakespeare & Co. book store. Realizing how long the walk was we stopped at a supermarket to buy some Nutella and then sat on some grass near the canal to eat. We went through it pretty quick and had to buy a second jar. Apart from eating copious amounts of chocolate we also played Mao and I got to introduce the rule I had thought up the night before, which was entertaining. After about an hour we decided to continue walking ...
... 200 years to build starting in 1758. It has this huge crypt under it where many famous people are buried including Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin, Louis Braille, Jean Jaurès and Soufflot, its architect. Marie Curie is the only woman interred based on her own merits. We walked back along the beaches set up on the banks of The ...
... residence. Located about 16 kilometres southwest of Paris, it is beside the settlement of Versailles. Before the construction of the palace by Louis XIV, this settlement was little more than a hamlet but by the time of the revolution it had a population of more than 60,000 people, making it one of the largest urban centres in France. Before the revolution, the Versailles complex included the palace, gardens, a walled-in royal hunting ground, a ...