Premiere Classe Paris Ouest - Nanterre - La Defense
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... caught the Metro and got to the museum, and funnily Tash and I got in for free as we were under 25! Obviously museums are not a pasttime of the french youth! The museum was very interesting we got to see a wide array of unique pieces featuring everything from painting and sculpture to Art Nouveau and Decor. I even got to see works from Rodin, Van Gogh and the famous 'Whistlers Mother' sadly no sighting of Mr Bean ;) After a brief lunch we left and got a quick ...
... but I'm saving it for Italy. Makes sense to me... It was fantastic to feel happy and satisfied again :) and at this point I think I just passed over the 3 day adjustment period. French people are no longer intimidating and I no longer worry about not know much French. Of course our night couldn't be complete without finding the only micro brewery in Paris! Loved it. Great music and great beer. Very comforting feeling. Then Home we went, and off to ...
... Parisians sit. Londoners stand.
Our conversation meanders over hours and subjects. There is talk of futures, families, careers and cares, travels and travails, of Hummus Bro's, humanity, and how it might feel to be a London wife if she nightly awaits the late return of her one and only pint-filled knight.
On our late night walk fr the YG, I'm aware of how much I enjoy late night walking, and I'm thankful for Buck, who is always a willing companion for late night walks back ...
... kind of nice to get away from the touring crowd for a bit.
Late this afternoon we had a safety drill on board the ship. This is required by the French inland waterways agency. Everyone on board has an assigned station, called a“muster”. The great thing about it is that it is scheduled, so that no one is caught ...
... left that line too, to just hop in the line to go through security. That one we had to stay in, but it moved surprisingly quickly, and the day wasn't killer cold...and we got into the palace for, you know, free.
First we walked around the Royal Apartments, with an audio guide. We saw so much! Say what you will about Louis 13-16, they had good taste. Also, Louis 14 was a genius. Yeah, he greatly expanded upon the former hunting lodge with money that ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed