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... After that I deleted them off my phone so they wouldn't take up any more space, promptly forgetting about anyone who might want to see them on my blog. So if you would like to see them, they're all on my facebook page. If you don't have facebook, I'm sure you could get someone with a Facebook to send them to you. For me, Disneyland was a reminder that life can be serious, but that it's a lot more fun if you can learn to be a child at heart every once in a ...
... sunrise to sunset, using the water, the gardens and the flowers to create the perspective. There was a special exhibition of paintings in the museum by a French Post Impressionist painter and writer, Emile Bernard (1868-1941). His paintings were just fabulous, with many paintings of women, as well as many self paintings. We visited the Arc-de-Triomphe and climbed the 280+ stairs up to the viewing platform at the top. It made us realise that all roads really do lead to ...
... the model sailboats on its circular basin, and for the picturesque Medici Fountain, built in 1620.
The Fountain wasn't running whilst we were there but there was a pretty good kids playground. However it cost €2.50 per child to enter. Who ever heard of a playground that charges to get in? Anyway, Dad gave us the money and we spent ages in there. We actually only came out to see a puppet show. Apparently the puppet theatre has been going since 1933 ...
... Children of the Revolution song and all the quirky scenes from the movie kept playing through my mind. This had been the center place for artists like Toulouse Lautrec and Vincent Van Gough. It was so much fun to wander around these beautiful areas that were so different from the very classic center of Paris we had seen the day before. We wandered around winding streets, down the hill, back up the hill…we certainly got a workout today, but it was worth it.
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... and then James finally got his much wanted creme brulee. We had a starter of avocado and a main of beef cheek. This was then followed by creme brulee and tarte tartin. Definitely the walk after lunch was much needed. We walked up through the Tuilleries and up the Champs Elysees. The kids had spent much of the walk jumping through and over puddles so we stopped in at Zara and bought a couple of extra pairs of shoes, socks and a couple of tops. It began to rain heavily again and ...
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