Hotel des Buttes Chaumont
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... scenes from various eras, although most seemed to be show the early 1900s. My favorite were the rooms that were set up showing Louis XVI's room and others of this period. I was ready to cuddle up in one of the satin sheet beds as they were tres petite! I loved the bright blue of one room and the equally bright yet soft yellow of another, all with warm maple colored wood furniture, and yes, satin, shiny floral fabrics cushioned the chairs. It was no Mercure with a view ...
... a dozen other shops along the way! We managed to wile away the time and joined the boys again for the last 10 minutes or so of the game. France lost, much to the disappointment of everybody! It was amusing watching the men in the cafe all getting excited towards the end!
Tonight we were also visiting the Arch de Triomphe for photos of Paris at night. It is only 4 stops away on the metro to the Champs-Elysees. Then it's a fairly long walk down the ...
Back at Heathrow 'shopping centre'. Only 2 weeks since I was last here. Terminal 5 is rather fun though! The plane left on time at 4.40pm. To Paris Orly. 4 years since I was last here. It was rather smoggy as we landed, the Eiffel Tower partially hidden behind an orange haze. No queue at all at passport. (How do other European countries manage, yet arriving back into London always ensues a long boring queue). I caught the Orly Val train, which joins up to the RER ...
... a movie that has confused the hell out of me the entire time. I am tired from our hours of walking and shivering.
Next stop: perhaps a small town outside of Paris recommend to us by Olli
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... just the art, but also the objects that paint the picture of egyptian life throughout the centuries. I am fascinated by the hieroglyphics, their logographic and alphabetic usage as well as their eventual evolution into a cursive script mirroring the evolution of writing in China. The impressive collection of sarcophagi reveals that the egyptians buried their honored dead in a series of nested coffins, like russian dolls, before entombing them. I make my way to the wing of ...