Ascot Opera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... in line 30 min or more who didn't get in. I would be losing it. So my recommendation would be to get there at least 90 min before closing...we cut it VERY close...and this was late Sept - I imagine in the summer the lines can be even longer.
In the end, it was worth the wait. It is a small church, but the stained glass is amazing. We only spent about 20 min there, so we waited twice as long as we spent in the church, but now it's ...
... good did come from it. I learned never to take friends for granted and I learned the importance of living to the fullest. I wonder whether that was the moment that brought me to eventually travel; I have never thought about that before...interesting...
Anyway in the catacombs I was able to reflect on death; that's all you can do; you are surrounded by it-it's so deeply depressing to the spirit. I cannot believe people hold picnics in these areas.
... transfers on the metro and we arrived at the iconic glass pyramid entrance to the Louvre. It is hard to describe the immensity of this historical structure, a historical royal palace, now home to a staggering amount of art and sculpture spanning a thousand years. We tried to prepare the girls for the scope of what they were about to see, but nothing except experience the museum first hand can really do it justice. Our strategy consisted of targeting a ...
... adornment to a necessity of modesty for any lady. A chemise would button up the front to the neck, while her dress would button all the way down her back. This implied that the lady could not easily undress and that she had to have a maid to help her dress. Notably, women of suspect character, rarely wore buttoned dresses. It wasn’t until around 1910 that these back buttons started to disappear. The first World War discontinued the fashion entirely. During the wars, ...
... we can just barely move between the displays of fashionable women's clothes, jewelry, perfumes, handbags, children's toys, Paris souvenirs, etc., etc. So much shopping. With that, we call it a day, head to the nearest metro, and return to the warmth and safety of our apartment.
One last development for night - Mario checks his email upon arrival, and notices an urgent message from ...