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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hold to your ear like a mobile and a narrator explains each scene, backed by music as you walk along the frame. The English version is narrated by a terribly plummy chap; he was ace! Fascinating hearing all of the explanations and the intricacies of the hidden messages. Crazy to think how much time and effort went into this storyboard and still blown away to have seen it... Really made my trip. We attempted a lunch out after the museum ...
... Mirror, The Telegraph - last year reported that ....In his log the German Luftwaffe ace said " As soon as I took course I noticed above a row of British bombers flying below the moon lighted cloud cover. "Similar to a shadow theatre, the bombers stood out against the clouds. However they could not see me against the dark earth (ground). "We were at war and the enemy had to be combated, and I was in a favourable flying position. "Within a few minutes, ...
... the metro to the train. I had to take the metro from CDG airport to Gare du Nord station, then take another metro from there to the Saint Lazare station. Easy enough. I managed this without hassle and even managed to flail and squeal a bit because I was riding the metro like a big girl.
Getting to the train, however, was another nightmare entirely. The directions from the metro to the train station were as clear as mud. The signs were confusing and sparse. ...
... and the Bayeux Tapestry.
The Bayeux Tapestry (embroidery) is quite amazing as it is about 70 meters long and was commissioned In the 11th century and tells a story of the happenings before the Norman invasion and then the Battle of Hastings in 1066. You have an audio guide to go with it and in almost one continuous motion the line moves from start to finish.
We headed back to Wimereux afterwards with a stop along a few other sights of the ...
... really is. Let's put this in context. My home is in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. As the fourth largest province in Canada, Alberta encompasses 662,000 sq kilometres with a population of just over 3.7 million people. Not a lot of folk spread over a wide area in Western Canada. By comparison, France covers 544,000 sq kilometres but has a population of over 62 million people. However, in no time, a visitor to France is swept up in a false sense of geographic distortion. With so much ...