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... Béroud checked back with the section head of the museum, and it was confirmed that the Mona Lisa was not with the photographers. The Louvre was closed for an entire week to aid in investigation of the theft. French poet Guillaume Apollinaire, who had once called for the Louvre to be "burnt down", came under suspicion; he was arrested and imprisoned. Apollinaire tried to implicate his friend Pablo Picasso, who was also brought in for questioning, but both were later ...
... for a coffee, and I found a seat in the shade in the park outside out hotel, next to St. Julien Le Pauvre, and we all grouped there and ate and read and relaxed. Gorgeous. Then we set off for an afternoon excursion to La Madeleine, Fauchon, Place de l'Opera and a general look round there. Decided to go by metro to have more time there - this may have been a mistake as it took us AGES to find the right metro entrance in the massive maze of underground paths ...
... at all. Very much worth the wait. Views amazing and lots of photos taken including a few of us by some helpful other tourists. We reciprocated of course. From there back down in lift and back to the hotel using the bus metro combo. While we were walking to the bus we saw the light show on the tower. Beautiful!!! Long day but fantastic. Off to bed at 11pm. Classes walk tour tomorrow for some sights of ...
After late breakfast we sat around for a while wondering what we should do,Julie came up with a solution, train trip to republique (like kings cross area) not so flash place. No trouble catching train arrived around lunch time to find there was a protest going on,only small. Wandered further down the street till we found a bar selling cheaper pints( pretty seedy joint) Michael got the first shout,but got charged 8 euro for the beer,anyway had that a ...
... cheapest 10 euro seats - let's splurge on the 15 euro seats - this is the Paris Opera after all." For your information, this placed us CENTER STAGE three rows from the ceiling. Thank God we spent the extra 5 euros. From our vantage point we could see the people in the ornate box seats along either side of the theater. When they applauded, it gave the impression of 100's of pigeons fluttering their wings. The seats were deep red velvet with ...