Premiere Classe Roissy
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... surreptitiously snapped away with their phones and cameras. Really I wanted to too but only snuck a couple of the interior. At least it avoided scenes like yesterday as you can see in the photo, of people photographing the Mona Lisa. A major disappointment for me was that Degas' pastels of dancers were not on show. A few of his oils were but they are not the same. Last time I remember they were in rooms of their own under reduced lighting. Perhaps they just ...
... Still the boys were well behaved and we enjoyed a dinner the four of us. They told us their favourite parts of Paris and we talked about how excited we were to see Paul and Averil tomorrow. After dinner we had contemplated going to watch the fireworks or even doing a boat ride along the Seine but the boys were just too tired, We headed home instead and watched some of the Bastille Day concert on the tv. Didn't take long before the boys were asleep and we were not far ...
Our bus drivers are Italian, which at first seemed vaguely odd but soon seemed intensely silly, as we got lost on the way to the rehearsal hall. (Some members report that the drivers drove past the marker on their GPS maps, but thus is unconfirmed.) We got to see a few interesting back streets, and the French public had a great laugh at our expense.
Eventually, we arrived at our rehearsal venue at the Caserne de Rose, home ...
... an interesting manoeuvre on the sealed door by trying to pull it open where the jock was and not long afterwards it escaped it's capture and I was relived that the flooding of the floor stopped! I was waiting for some irate French dude to run in the door and abuse us for attacking his machine but luckily no hidden camera today. On our way back home we picked a random cafe to have a hot lunch - "l'amuse buffee" on Rue d'Amsterdam. It was a small place that only seated about ...
... in the other, ready for battle in the dark of night while Bo slept. I was the protector, the brave one, but these buzzing little insects still got the better of me. The only thing we weren't sad to leave behind in this lovely place were these little flying bugs.
We decided to go off the motorways, and drive along the back roads, which will take longer, same distance though, but going through all the small towns. Avignon is our next stop. ...