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... the workmen called their colleagues in the workshop under the tower who (again after much hilarity) glued the shoe back together.
The concert at the Embassy was in a small theatre with very comfortable seats (far too comfortable for tired people!). The Australian Ambassador to France greeted the group and other guests, and we discovered he's a lapsed flugel player and brass bandy. Our quintet performed well, and Diana (accompanied by Ben on keyboard) ...
... the wrong side of the road, etc.
After freshening up with a shower and a change of clothes, we ventured off for a walk across the river Seine, through the main courtyard area of the Louvre (swarming with TOURISTS), further along the river passed shops selling pets of various types - guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, cats, snakes, lizards, rats, turtles - and plants. The further we walked the rain got ...
... French war veterans affected by the conflicts that called for their services. Invalides also plays home to the Army Museum, a great exhibition of the various arms and armors used throughout mankind when disputes were settled with bloodshed. The collection is extensive and is broken down into different eras (eg: medieval and modern). Unfortunately, our late arrival time meant that we only managed to complete the medieval halls before we had to scurry to the ...
... for coffee and crepes to give our sore feet a much welcome rest, before continuing on down the underpass to Place Charles de Gaulle where the Arc de Triomphe towered. The top of the Arc de Triomphe was closed as it was D-day but we were treated by a military salute by the tomb of the unknow soldier, then a school band preparing for the memorial.
Our final stop for the night was the Eiffel tower. After a long queue and ...
... every supermarket and there are open stalls everywhere. we thought about how this would go in Brisbane but the heat wild make it nearly impossible to have all the open stalls but the rest we could do. I is amazing the French eat quite rich food, walk everywhere and have the lowest rate of heart and cholesterol disease in the world! Mind you you never see them snacking or eating on the run. Avoid is such a social thing that it ...
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