Park & Suites Village Montevrain
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... 9 months to see it all! Yes we did see the Mona Lisa. Lots of people pushing around in front of her. Even saw a young lady take a selfie! Then we decided to walk to Musee de Orsay which wasn't that far away as Octavia had recommended it as her favourite museum yesterday. Got tickets very easily then looked around for about 2 hours. Saw lots of paintings from artists that had only ever seen in books or heard about in art class. Monet, Van Gogh, Rodin, Cezanne, Toulouse Latrec, ...
... meant the train ride wasn’t
as for long as we wanted. Sleep was cut short and we were rudely awoken to the
fact we needed to get up and move off before someone deported us. The feeling
that people get when entering Paris is usually shock and awe at such a
fantastic place. It is called the city of love after all. Ours was quite different. This brilliant plan
after all was to save time and get an extra day in Paris. The plan ...
... I say. Kathy and the Don form a break away pack of two, they are going out on the town tonight, we with Maddie take on a river Seine trip, a different perspective opens up via this form of travel, relaxing and peaceful. On the way home we go hat and shoe shopping (no not for me) as we are off to the polo in London, a nice little green number is the result. I wait up for the kids to get home but not in by 2.30 am so pack it in, they are going to be grounded for a long time over this ...
... nice dinner while T&J opted to stay in for leftovers. After dinner, we thought we would cruise the area at dusk - lots of lights especially in the "sex" district as I said earlier - we're about a five minute walk from the Moulin Rouge so there are lots of shops that will sell you anything related to love at just the right price and size.
This should be my last blog other than a note from Vancouver when we get back home just to end this thing. I ...
... a safari park. We saw Stonehenge and a chalk horse from a distance and got up close and personal to some large stones at Avebury which is another Neolithic stone circle. We had lunch at the Red Lion pub in the village which is built in the middle of the stone circle and met a couple of pagans who were camping at Avebury to celebrate the start of summer. We arrived in Paris after a very comfortable trip on the Eurostar. The bilingual ...