Villa Royale Montsouris
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... winds its way through the centre of Paris, over the Seine, past the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay, the spires of La Chapelle through the Marais and finally to the Bastille where we disembarked. We relaxed with a glass of wine at cafe looking over the Bastille monument. It was a short walk back to our apartment for dinner and an early night. Thursday, we left early to visit the gardens at Monet's home in the village of Giverny. This involved taking two metros to Gare St. ...
... port in London to Calais port in France. From Calais a driver came to pick us up in a nice new and modern, well air conditioned coach! His name was Csaba (Chubba) he was Hungarian but was born in Romania. He is really nice, always walks around with a huge smile on his face. Nothing could phase him. When we arrived in Paris we drove through a pretty grotty ghetto area and we were really worried that Paris was going to be like it!! I had been ...
... the city and a few in outlying areas. It seems that urban beekeepers here reserve a green space within which several beekeepers may have hives. There is an abundance of nectar and pollen sources with all the trees and flowers. The Societe Centrale d'Apiculture was founded in 1856 to promote the survival of honey bees by opposing such practices as suffocating the ...
... thing ever. I got a little replica of Nike when I went to Greece with my mom and Francesca back in 2009. It's only a nic-nac but I always wanted to go to the Louvre to see it in person. Okay, not done being a nerd. We also got to see the Venus de Milo statue (you know, the one where her arms are cut off) and the Mona Lisa which wasn't so amazing but we had to see it for ourselves nonetheless. I liked the Roman Greco art/statues the best. There was a really awesome statue ...
... occurrence. There were many guys selling little metal replicas and they would come up to you clinking their ring of miniatures and you just keep walking. There were also many ladies who asked if we spoke English and wanted to sign some paper. We did not fall for that trap! Took lots of pictures from the garden behind the tower as it was a beautiful afternoon.
Even though our feet were already tired, we decided to ...