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... had a BBQ inside. I had sausage and baked potato. We then wandered through the Giverny village and then through the Monet Gardens. The gardens were very pretty but past there best. The water lily pond was lovely, with the weeping willows and bridge that are in his paintings. We then went through Claude Monet's house. We left the garden in time to catch the 4.20 shuttle back to the train station and caught the train home. Bought ...
... br> Every nation was covered and included an art exhibition, some very old black and white silent movies, you know the sort. Chairs with all sorts of rotating attachments, lots of stuff made from marble, glass and even wood, many hilarious cartoons and even some very tasteful modern erotic art.
Finally dragged Karen out and we headed off on the Metro to see Notre Dame. This was the first time Karen had done the navigating and she did a superb job ...
... think he’s a team manager of sorts. I explained about Gnorm, and asked if he might be willing to help get Gnorm a photo with the team bus. He agreed, and Gnorm was dwarfed by the windshield, but happy to be so. We also got Gnorm a quick pose with one of the race radio motorcycles. We’re making sure he gets a broad introduction to the race logistics. :)
We made our way back to Marc & Marie’s basement, redistributed luggage contents ...
Was extremely tired this morning after the fabulous produce walk and then trying to pack. I am a bit sad about leaving this beautiful place. We were on the bus to the airport by 9.30am which meant that I would have a long wait at the Naples airport until my 3.45pm flight but the convenience of the group transfer was ...
... the time Bryn was melting down, Sage was ready to move on, and we left for our second museum of the day: the Museum of the Middle Ages (Musée National du Moyen Âge).
On the way we stopped for lunch at what was a friendly, reasonably priced Italian restaurant. The stop ended up taking MUCH longer than we expected because our waiter was seriously inexperienced. However, it turned out that the time I felt like we were frittering ...
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