Premiere Classe Saint Thibault des Vignes
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... without having to look where we are walking. We gawk at the tableaux enjoying taking a minute or two to admire the brush strokes, the handiwork of the artist. This seems unreal, compared to the crowds we experienced last week! It's so peaceful!
We pass art classes in the halls, taking drawing lessons from the masters as well as their own teachers, here in the halls of the largest museum in the ...
... and sparkling lights went off--Karen got a good video of it. We walked back in the general direction of our hotel, and found ourselves across the street from our breakfast cafe! How we laughed, because we had walked blocks and blocks, and this place is like a half a block from our hotel! But getting lost--or misplaced, anyway--is a great way to get a better sense of the lay of the land! Tonight we are setting no alarms--tomorrow is Sunday, and we will make it up as we go! ...
... hurdle has been getting from A to B and Bobbie has figured it out with few exceptions. The Paris subway is a marvel, we never waited more than a few minutes to make connections, and the people watching is marvelous. We ended the day at a sidewalk cafe near our hotel, I enjoyed a Campari and soda, to get ready for Italy, Bobbie is studying Italian here in our room as I type this ...
... all of who although thought the book as kind of cool did not want to buy it. They told us about a shop to go to. It again the guy did not want it. A valiant attempt I thought but no dice in paying for your trip with the proceeds of Carla's book. Across the. Remaking bridge of arts with all the locks and then a short stroll along the plages again to hop on the metro home. This was a good idea as we were kind of done with walking and pretty hot. ...
... the pouring rain, MDH was unable to stop laughing at what ever it was my bother was saying. At one stage MDH went across the road and I dutifully followed where he could not stop laughing, tears streaming down his face. I said to him, "behave yourself " but MDH said to me. " it's your brothers fault ". I looked across the road to see my brother taking a photo of us. I took MDH's hand and escorted him across the road where he only had to look at Michael and would start laughing again, ...