Premiere Classe Villejust Courtaboeuf
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... followed our noses, finding ourselves walking past the remains of some castle walls and into the antiquities section where there were some excellent samples of Egyptian hieroglyphics on display. Although the muffled loudspeaker seemed to be announcing the gallery's closure, people continued to dawdle, and so we dawdled with them! We had just enough time to see the statue of Venus de Milo in the hall of sculptures before we felt compelled to ...
... me because they are symmetrical and have a colour theme (my OCD likey) - Château de Cheverny - this castle is still partially occupied by the owners. They also have 100 hunting hounds that reside in a caged area adjacent to the castle. I liked the dogs but I felt sorry for them and they really smelled quite ...
... are even now selling long selfie sticks. People stand right in front of the best view with their sticks and also with ridiculous poses that they take multiple attempts to capture. They should just take a quick photo and then get out of the way!! ( I am sounding very grumpy -sorry).
I eventually gave up on the reflections and the sunset and walked away only to have the sun come out, the sky turn pink and the tower to ...
... maps and paper map led the way. Only on a few occasions did we find ourselves retracing our steps. Emma is just showing me the extant of today's adventure I wish. I could share it with you. It certainly explains tired feet. From Saint Germaine we touched upon the Latin Quarter, where we paused for refreshments. I have never before been given a token by the waiter to access the WC perhaps it was because of its proximity to Notre Dame our next stop. ...
... and went inside to look at the stained glass windows. We also saw some of the midday mass taking place. Not far from Notre dame is the bookshop called Shakespeare & Co. The shop sells mainly English language books and the original shop was a famous meeting place for people such as earnest Hemingway in the early 20th century. There are lots of nooks and crannies to sit in and read books, and if you buy a book it gets stamped ...