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Paris/Tennis/Mont St Michel

A travel blog entry by melrobertson


... cookies that he walked right over a small snake in the parking lot we were walking through. It was only a baby about 20/30cm long. Then he turned around to take a photo of it and it started to slither towards him. Needless to say he moved rather quickly!! We also picked up the car and headed to the supermarket for some much needed salad!! The next day we left early after breakfast so we could drive up and have a look around the D-Day landing beaches. They had a rather nice ...

The Office

A travel blog entry by dinesh.gomes


... the decision makers there and to make sure that they're getting what they need from us to make it happen. The Paris timezone is ideal with regard to calling or getting hold of people in other geographies. In the morning, its still afternoon for the Chennai office since they're about 5 hours ahead and in the evening I'm just about able to get folks in San Jose as they trickle in to work. (San Jose is 9 hours behind Paris)

These first ...

Art Nouveau Synagogue

A travel blog entry by travelingmom


... become beloved symbols of the city. The synagogue, which he designed in 1913, is typical of his sensuous style and his interest in controlling both the exterior architectural and interior design.

Although Guimard wasn't Jewish, his wife was, and fearing the Nazis, he moved to New York in 1938, where he died mostly forgotten in 1942.


Parisians have feelings too

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


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After the gardens I headed to an abandoned warehouse type place called Chalet Society which was hosting an exhibition of Jim Shaw’s person collection. It was called The Hidden World, and I did not like it. It was a bunch of memorabilia and ephemera about American secret societies, orders, fundamentalist movements, Scientologists, etc. Apparently all these random bits and bobs were Jim Shaw’s inspiration for his art. I felt it was a ...

We got an Eye full (Eiffel) today

A travel blog entry by marioz


... Peter thinks it's silly, so we didn't bring a padlock to add to the hundreds of locks already on the bridge. We saw an artist painting, a couple of homeless people and some houseboats. There are hawkers walking around with rings of Eiffel Towers for sale. They even stand outside the buses trying to get people to buy things.

After the cruise we got back on the bus and got off at ...

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