Classics Hotel Bastille
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... specifically to visit an antique textile collector and it was an amazing experience. She had thousands of textile pieces from all over the world, the oldest being a piece of Egyptian embroidery that was estimated to be 2000 years old, to pieces as 'modern' as 1950s. Have put in a couple of photos. It reminded me very much of my first day in China when I visited an antique textile trader, ...
... shop where I secure a few items for my Z3 collection before returning to the Rue Cler for a late lunch.
After our lunch its back to the apartment to wait for Mark, Jo and the boys to arrive from London. We have joining apartments so there are ten of us here for New Year.
During the early evening Nic, Stacey, Matt, Cait and I head up to Sacre-Coeur to look at the view and take some night photos. To get there we take the Metro ...
... The other tasting was the macarons. This was apparently one of the first and one of the top supermarkets in Paris and the prices reflected this. We all had our one macaron each and we quietly discussed what we though. I have actually never had one and to be honest, I don't know what all of the fuss is about. Now back to the stuff we also saw, there was the cathedral of Magdelaine, the oldest house in Paris from 1400 something. The house was actually owned by a ...
... The Death of Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta
... their bottles of wine, amidst the signs reading 'Keep off the Grass.’
Later we went back to the Eiffel tower during the day. A couple pieces of advice here: If you have a problem with heights, think very carefully before going up this thing; it is high and does not have the sense of enclosure that is typically associated with a tall office building, for example. The lines are long, but they break it up into several lines so it doesn’t ...