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5:03pm on Monday, 17th August, 2009:



Today is a complete blank to me, but my wallet has less money in it than it had before so I guess we went shopping.

Anyway, here are some messages in English from official sources. I wonder if the messages we display in French for our English monuments are as carefully translated?

On the Eiffel Tower:

Also on the Eiffel Tower:

At St. Eustache near Les Halles:

This is the document I had to sign in order to get my Swiss Army credit card back after handing it over before visiting La Chapelle. Among the tools of the credit card was a small knife, and La Chapelle is hidden among the French Law Courts.

These two were at Versailles:

At the Musée D'Orsay:

This is also from the Musée D'Orsay:

It's for a room where you can change your baby's nappies...

Sadly, French officialese English is still much better than my French.

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