Category Archives: Museums

Paris 2014 Day 23 Musee Marmottan Life is hard here in Paris, were now living more like the French than we want to. No Water today!  We woke to found no water, its not our apartment but rather the building.  I when to the Bakery while … Continue reading

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Paris Day 16 (Museum) After a late night were hanging out having coffee.  My plan is to make us an omelet forlunch maybe with mushrooms and onions, however, I suspect Pat will want her’s a’ Nature. Its beginning to rain outside so we may … Continue reading

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The Rhine and Mosel River – Photos courtesy of Julian Griffin

The following Slide show is courtesy of Julian Griffin. There are about 1,034 photos and to watch the whole show will take about an hour and a half (1.31.38 to be exact) so sit back and enjoy the Rhine and … Continue reading

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Cologne or Koln

Sometime about 1:30 AM, we entered another lock on the Rhine River. It didn’t bother us, but folks at breakfast mentioned bright lights in their window and bumping and swirling. We woke to a grey day, overcast and threatening. A … Continue reading

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Casting Off From Amsterdam

We were up bright and early, well early anyway. I guess it was bright every time lightening struck. Weather didn’t dampen our spirits a bit. After a sumptuous buffet breakfast in the dining room with choices of cereal, fruit, yogurt, … Continue reading

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Boarding the River Queen

After breakfast at Hotel Bellevue, we gathered up all our belongings and caught a taxi to the dock where the River Queen had arrived earlier. We knew we would not be able to access our stateroom, but we definitely wanted … Continue reading

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Visit Sainte Chapelle On A Sunny Day

Mike woke early to send an e-mail about a room in Germany for tomorrow night. I pulled out the clothes I would wear today and traveling tomorrow and decided to try to pack everything else. I was sure I was … Continue reading

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Musée et Poulet

Up early today for a trip across town to the Musée Marmottan Monet for the Berthe Morisot exhibit.  The museum opens at 10 but they have been working on the M1 so its closed on Sunday morning so we decided … Continue reading

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First Sunday: Louvre is FREE

Our morning started out a very predictable visit to the Sunday Boulevard Grenelle market, at least for us. Held every Wednesday and Sunday, this market under the elevated tracks of the Metro between stops La Motte Picquet and Bir Hakeim … Continue reading

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Musee de l’Eventail

Don’t get out your French-English dictionary, l’eventail is French for “fan.” Being a fan resident, I just had to go check it out.  It used be open only on Tuesdays from 2 to 5, but is now open M,T,W from … Continue reading

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