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Tim's Travelling Adventures

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Well, this started out as a way that my wife could follow my lone progress in my little sports car from Birmingham UK to Orkney.

Been there, done that 2 day there, 13hour return trip.

So now follow me: an Englishman representing Americans and based in a French office near Paris. With an appartment in Versailles and trips back to the UK anything can happen and, frankly, I've no idea where this will lead!

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Mouse Movie

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I'm not going mad. Harvey the Office Mouse exists!
30th Mar 2006, 13:09   comments (0)

Star City

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Went to see Syriana at Star City in Birmingham with Sharon. Gold Class: Bar,
nice ambiance, powered leather recliner seats. Sweet. Syriana: Powerful,
thought provoking, exhausting to watch. Not your usual action adventure.
Stars George Clooney, Matt Damon and Alexander Siddig (Dr. Julian Bashir in
Deep Space Nine). Think I'll get the DVD when it comes out.
30th Mar 2006, 12:27   comments (0)

Back here again!

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Orly. Saturday morning. Again. :-|
30th Mar 2006, 12:13   comments (0)

The Great Canadian

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After an afternoon of culture in the Musee D'Orsay what better to do than
wander down the Seine and stroll into The Great Canadian - a bar on the edge
of the Latin Quarter. Good beer in Pints :-) (including Kilkenny), bilingual
service and the BBC coverage of the 6 Nations (Rugby Union) everywhere you
look. You don't even have to miss a moment if you need a... moment to
yourself! (Can't talk about the girls' loo though). I did spend 1/4 hour
explaining Rugby to Christian though, it's not big in Montreal apparently -
at least they've got the Grand Prix.
19th Mar 2006, 22:00   comments (0)

Impressionists V

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Paul Gauguin - OK, technically in the "Post-Impressionist" section but art history isn't my strong subject.
19th Mar 2006, 21:44   comments (0)

Impressionists IV

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I didn't see who's this was but it is just magic. We stood and stared for
ages just trying to remember that every soft light and gentle shadow was put
there carefully and by hand and eye. Awesome.
19th Mar 2006, 21:40   comments (3)

Impressionists III

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Alfred Sisley - Molesey Regatta
19th Mar 2006, 21:37   comments (0)

Impressionists II

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Archille Emperaire by Paul Cezanne
19th Mar 2006, 21:32   comments (0)