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... to modern day,
is in two hôtels particuliers: mid-16th-century Renaissance-style Hôtel
Carnavalet and late-17th-century Hôtel Le Peletier de St-Fargeau. Some
of the nation’s most important documents, paintings and other objects
from the French Revolution are here." Unfortunately the rooms re the 1600s were closed (my French families left France about 1688 following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes).
Good morning!! I am still in the plane, just finished breakfast (which was yummy) the flight has been so smooth no turbulence, other than general movement of the aircraft. I got a little sleep, more like cat nap! In Sydney it is 9:39am I am thinking of Ron who should be having his surgery now. We are flying near Gwadar now but over the ocean and local time is about 2am so it is still very dark outside. We only have 1 hour and 41 minutes till we arrive in Dubai at it ...
... stopped there directly. Boy was it busy in downtown Paris, a Friday night of all times. We found a little restaurant called Rive Droit. This was several blocks from Notre Dame. Although we had some euros, we changed some more dollars and had a wonderful dinner. I had the veal in a white sauce and Kathy had pasta. We both also had a super French onion soup, so good.
It was lightly raining and the streets were covered with ...
... Triomphe, which was beautiful and fascinating to read about. We saw the tomb of the unknown solider which lies beneath the eternal flame. Watching the cars negotiate the roundabout was also quite interesting! We then walked down the Champs-Élysées and did some window shopping before stopping in Ladurée for coffee and some sweet treats (yesterday we went to the tea room closer to our hotel, today we went to the bar as there was a bit of a ...
... and, different to most parks, is very hilly. It is very popular with runners, walkers and families out for picnics. I hope the photos show it off well. Other photos include a girl providing information at Denfert Rochereau station (Denise wants to paint her) and the buildings beside the park showing typical architecture for ...