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... a very interesting art project where they projected words all over the dark room. After that we went to explore Chantilly. Chantilly Castle was owned by the Duke of Aumale who made it into a grand display of his vast collection of paintings, sculptures, and of his wealth. There was not one wall that wasn't covered in paintings or books. Afterward we went to see a horse show in the castles stables which were just as ...
... after they served a meal - a choice of cheese plate or salmon plate, with a bread roll, drink and banofee pie for dessert - and that was enough of a distraction. At some point I realised we'd gone underground, but it didn't last long. Fifty minutes after departing St Pancras station, we were above ground in France. The next hour or so we journeyed through the picturesque northern French countryside. We arrived at Gare de Nord and it was packed. We found ...
Today we walked along the Seine to the Eiffel Tower where we had a breathtaking view on a crystal clear balmy day! Boys loved the experience - glad we pre bought tickets and skipped the 2 hour wait! Wandered back devouring macarons baguettes and enjoyed a dinner of cheese and Moët at our window! ...
... It's like a maze of several staircases & our swipe card only let's us into certain doors so we don't wander into the female only dorms by mistake. Then comes the obstacle course. An outdoor walkway flooded with water. All the wooden planks that slot together so you can walk down it have been stood up on their side. Grant side steps down the small cement part under the railing & swings around metal pillars with a pack on to reach the end & check if it's the door ...
... through and reading the entire timeline and history of both wars. It's been a long time since HS history so this was very fun for me. The start of WWI is very interesting in how one seemingly minor event drew tens of millions into battle. It was going poorly for the good guys until 1917 when America finally got involved. After the end of the War the Treaty of Versailles was chronicled, the rise of the National Socialists in Germany, and how France let ...