Campanile Paris XI Bastille
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Weather: Maximum expected high 20's. Humid. Overcast at times.
We set the alarm for this morning as we had arranged to meet a friend of Claire's at a lovely café at Place des Vosges. This is where we met last year - we're starting a tradition. It was really enjoyable exchanging news and just being together.
After morning tea we walked to the Arab World Institute. Here we viewed artefacts and photographs over four floors. Some of the ...
... was not perfect, the acting was so vivid and dramatic, we had no doubt of the plot or the quality of the acting. It was a fantastic evening and we enjoyed being there with her proud parents as well as Vincent and Marie.
A number of their friends from Belgium joined us in celebrating the evening. It was a "sold out" house on their first night! The theatre is a small, very celebrated venue and I'm sure we'll love recalling ...
We spent the whole day at the Louvre. It is massive! We got lost a few times. The displays on ancient Egypt and Greece were amazing. The ancient Egypt stuff was awesome as some of the artefacts were enormous. The Mona Lisa was nice but too many people were cramming to get photos to really enjoy viewing it. There were some wonderful paintings but not enough time to ...
Good bye London, hello Paris.
As we speed across the country side of France at 300 kilometres per hour, here are Hilary's impressions of London:
So many people, so many languages! My first immediate reaction was toward the beauty and historical significance of the architecture. The sense of awe as you see buildings that have been there for centuries is overwhelming. Beautiful parks and green space, flowers everywhere. None ...
... amp; change of angle as he did his apprenticeship with Otis & remembers watching a video about the lifts in the tower. At the 2nd floor we wander for 15mins taking in the views & avoiding the over crowded, over priced souvenir shop. Jess meets us at the east side & begins pointing out attractions & monuments & giving us a French history lesson that is very interesting. She tells us the story of World War II. Hitler took over Paris & declared it the ...