Hotel Lautrec Opera
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... arrived at the intersection with the Champs Elysees, which is the location of the famous Obelisk. This was a gift from Egypt and is also the area where the guillotine was located during the French Revolution. Thousands of people, including Marie-Antoinette and Louis XVI, lost their heads here. Luckily, there was nothing like that happening today. Just some raindrops that began falling as we entered the Jardin des Tuileries. The garden was nice ...
... and ended up buying 3 dresses. We had a wonderful time in the city but were tired so decided to head back to our hotel and go to the department store near our hotel. Little did we realise our hotel was next door to a massive shopping complex. Each day we exited the hotel and turned right. The shopping Centre was to the left of the hotel. At the store Toby bought necessities - more socks & jocks. I bought ...
... Republic, with a speech
by Bishop Fournier attributing the defeat of France in the
Franco-Prussian War of 1870 to a divine punishment after "a century of
moral decline" since the French Revolution,
in the wake of the division in French ...
... a waste of time - seeing all the same we had seen the night before - and the extra was a waste of money. I was at the coach just before 8 to let the guide know we weren't coming then enjoyed a cup,of tea in bed and read for a while. Had brekky about 9.30, sorted out some paperwork, organised our bags, etc. but we were still tired so had a bit more sleep. Around 4.00 we took the hotel shuttle bus to the metro station - thankfully another couple was going into Paris ...
... Louvre which is shut on Tuesday so we couldn't go in and see the Mona Lisa but got to see the outside. It's huge and was built as a palace for Louis VI but he said it was too small! Went to the Notre Dame which was absolutely beautiful, favourite place I've seen in Paris. I'm not even religious but found myself feeling emotional, other people said the same. It was built 850 years ago and is still ...