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... its fame during the French Revolution's “Reign of Terror” in 1793-94 where it was the site of imprisoning and guillotining 2700 people including Queen Marie Antoinette, who became a headless queen. A view of the cells and a reflection on that segment of its history made this an interesting stop.
Back across the river and on to the Louvre Museum. The most ...
... the parents had shot through for a drink themselves.
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The clan has gone to the Arc de Triomphe and then for a walk along the shopping streets.
We are not doing much for our last day here. Feet are still sore from yesterdays marathon, the Palace grounds are huge. The map tells me that to walk the length of the Grand Canal and back would take 1 hour, and that is not the end of the gardens leading away from the ...
... Helsinky, 2 days in Stockholm, 1 day in Berlin via Wernemunde, 1 day in Hamburg via Kiel, and then back to Copenhagen for a day and a half. The temperatures rose steadily to 30*C in Berlin, but now in Paris the temp. Is a respectable 20*C along with some intermittent rain ...
... sampling of what we found. For some reason, we were both moved to see these artifacts and could easily imagine the artisans spending their lives carving these amazing monuments. This evening, we were entertained by a trio called La Strada who played classical and semi classical music on two violins and a guitar. We were all ready to hear some good music. Sebastien gave a nice introduction; Hedi and Franz told us how good the group was and so they began with their first number ...
... la Huchette, stopping to grab a crepe on the way. After some more random wandering, I felt like it was a great idea to walk to the Eiffel Tower. After all, there it was in the distance....it couldn't be that far, right?
Warning: Objects in the distance may be further away than they appear. At one point, I actually lost sight of the Tower, and just kept walking in the random general direction. I was getting tired and my legs were starting ...