Monthly Archives: February 2014

Love the Louvre

French Word of the Day: fatigue (fah-tea-gay)- tired I hope you all had a great Valentine’s Day.  I spent mine filing my taxes. (I can hear you all swooning at how romantic that is.)  It was true romance between Uncle … Continue reading

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A Bunch of Dead People

French Word(s) of the Day: pierre tombale (pee-air tum-ball)- tombstone Strangely enough, we spent a lot of time in cemeteries checking out the gravestones. People would flock to Oscar Wilde’s grave to kiss it (while wearing lipstick so it would … Continue reading

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More Monet

French Word(s) of the Day: juste nos quatre (juice-st no cat-rah)- just us four Sam leads a tour through through Claude Monet’s home in Giverny.  We were in luck; the week we were in France was one of the last … Continue reading

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Montmartre

French Word of the Day: Montmartre (mon-mar-truh)- the area of Paris with Sacre Coeur, Amelie and large amounts of sex shops As you probably know, I went to Paris as a “you made it through chemo!” thing.  I get the … Continue reading

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