On Location in France: Day 4

On Location in France
Day 4
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The beautiful Jardin Des Tuileries with it’s statues and hedgerows was in full bloom as we strolled down the Champs Elysees on our way to the Arch of Triomphe.
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Quinn, using a real camera (not digital) sought to capture the most beautiful flower in the garden.
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After a long hike down through the gardens and past the famous shops on the Champs Elysees we finally reached the Arch de Triomphe – what a triumph!
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If you plan to travel to France, be sure to wear your most comfortable walking shoes because there is a lot of territory to cover and all the streets are made of stone.
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We could have spent an entire day in the Cemetiere du Pere Lachaise, where visitors continue to pay tribute to the famous people buried there like the great composer Chopin.
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French Vocabulary for Day Four:



C’est… It’s…
beau beautiful
impressionnant  impressive
sombre  gloomy
splendide  maginificent
imposant  overwhelming
effrayant  terrifying
formidable  tremendous
cemetiere  cemetery
jardin  garden

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