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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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Impressionists I

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Christian the Quebecois and I went to the Musee D'Orsay on Saturday and
headed straight for the Impressionists' rooms. I'm sure you'll recognise
these as being by Van Gogh......
19th Mar 2006, 21:29   comments (0)

Musee D'Orsay

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Looking from Le Louvre.
19th Mar 2006, 21:23   comments (0)

Parisian Scooter Cops

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The cops in Paris can be so intimidating ;-). Actually with all the Student
Riots in Paris I'm surprised I haven't seen more police. We saw 1 scooter, 5
on mountain bikes and then a small convoy of CRS (Riot Police) vans. Didn't
go looking for the trouble and didn't find any. I'm happy with that!
19th Mar 2006, 21:20   comments (0)


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Clocks on Saturday. One at Montreuil train station and the other in the
restaurant in the Musee D'Orsay.
19th Mar 2006, 21:14   comments (0)

Inside the Geode III

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This is the back of the really shiny exterior.
14th Mar 2006, 13:06   comments (1)

Inside the Geode II

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The projection room inside the Geode.
14th Mar 2006, 12:53   comments (2)

Inside the Geode I

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Here are some (dark) pictures of the inside of the Geode at the Cite des
Sciences. More to follow
14th Mar 2006, 12:38   comments (0)

Mystery Object

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In the Shared Mystery object blog, I asked what everyone thought this was used for. CLICK HERE TO JUMP TO THAT ENTRY.
14th Mar 2006, 09:27   comments (0)