Best Western Hotel Victor Hugo
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We packed our bags ready to leave at lunch time today. We went down and enjoyed our last breakfast, we had had a busy, but productive visit to Paris. We didn't need to be out of our rooms until midday so we could sort ourselves out at our leisure. Diane and I went back up to our room, cleaned our teeth and finished packing our bags. We decided to …
... beauty products and we all fanned out to search for them. I came away with a face toner, hydrating face cream, and face mask - all apparently legendary products that are very difficult to get in the US. Yolanda, who was most excited, purchased a whole other travel bag to carry home her goodies. Our final night, we spent walking around Montmartre, a beautiful neighborhood atop a hill. Although you have to walk up stairs from the center of the earth to get ...
... all over the world. I appreciate that I am lucky enough to be able to visit, and to cross this off my Paris 'must-see' listBut - and I'll probably be run out of Paris for saying it - nothing that I saw there today overwhelmed me, or made me swoon or gasp. And I want art to do that to me!
Julien was chosen for lunch because I came across it online and thought it looked so beautiful. It's super gorgeous in reality too, full of stunning and ...
... The tomb has an eternal flame and it was surrounded by flowers left by people who had come to visit. Although a symbol of remembrance of those wars it has also become a key symbol of Paris and the French people, like the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State building is to the US. When Hitler invaded Paris he drove tanks and his regiment through the arch as a clear symbolic message to the people. There are several archival prints of Hitler's visit to Paris after ...
... to work on restoring the tunnels or filling them up. The other thing that happened in the 18th century was that the big grave sights in Paris had become very unhygienic. To solve both problems, the graves were dug up and the skeletons were chucked into the catacombs. The church graveyards got the same treatment, and all in all more than six million skeletons were taken below the streets of Paris. A few hundred years later, the skeletons were arranged along walls and people were ...