Premiere Classe Rosny-sous-Bois
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... they were here house sitting for some friends in Paris furr 3 weeks! I love meeting random strangers who are nice and personable.
Now I am laying in bed, trying to reassess my life and figure out why and how I allow myself to eat that much and the only answer I've come up with is that the food here is too good not to eat, so while I'm here I must eat every last bite!
Tonight I am feeling happy, full, and really looking forward ...
... the size. During the Second World War the cables were cut to the lift on the Eiffel Tower by the French so Hitler would have to climb the stairs. Of course this he didn't do instead sending his guards up to hoist the German flag but the the flag was so big that it blew down within a few hours. The French then climbed the stairs and hoisted their own flag which ...
... it and replace with a modern church. I can now see why we were advised to give this a miss, but we had to do it. No Lewie we did not see any hunchbacks either here or at the Eiffel Tower! You're a very rude boy! We compared this to the church (Saint etienne du mont) Sainte Genevieve near the Pantheon who is the patron saint of Paris; a magnificent church. She is credited with saving Paris by diverting Attila The ...
... full of some delicious sandwiches and some pain au chocolat set aside for later, we finally found the market after giving up and making our way to the metro. Lots of tantalizing sights and smells to behold as well as clothing, bed sheets, DVDs and pretty much anything else one might desire. After the market we hopped on the metro and headed to Musee d'Orsay. We've heard from lots of folks that they prefer this musee over ...
On Monday we walk to the Museum of the Middle Ages at the Cluny Abbey in St Germain. Cath stops and buys some macaroons along the way. The museum tends to focus on the late Middle Ages and with the nobility and church. There is almost nothing about the peasantry. That was a question I pondered as we visited the chateaus in the Loire. How did the common folk who did all the work on these estates live? I'm still none ...
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