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Arrived at Charles de Gaulle airport, Paris at 2010 - Immigration a nightmare. Whole A380 being processed by two Immigration officers. Met Aussie couple while waiting in-line. They had been married on the afternoon of the flight and the bride was in the toilet on board removing bobby pins from her hair as well as removing make-up!!!
As we were taking so long to go through Immigration we were a bit concerned about ...
... and his mistress, Madame de Montespan, could get away from the strict etiquette of court life at Versailles.
This evening, Barry and I enjoyed escargots and wine at the Café des Capucines. On our honeymoon in January 2010, we ducked into this restaurant to get out of the rain late on the evening of our arrival in Paris. We sat at a corner table by the window and Barry had his first escargot. His ...
Our day to visit the Catacombes of Paris...caught the metro outside our door and took two trains (7&4..thanks to Magge's research) and arrived outside the entrance of the catacombs to find people waiting in a line that encircled the block. It would be a two and a half hour wait we were told by a guard..and the girls were willing to wait! The boredom of a wait was helped by an Asian girl who was behind us: Tammy, from Calgary-visiting a friend in ...
... in the latter days of the Empire. Its low base has been retained to support the socle of the column.
The monument, in an elaboration of a Corinthian column, was designed by the architect Jean-Antoine Alavoine, following a commission from Louis-Philippe: the Place de la Bastille was officially selected as the site on 9 March 1831, and the Citizen-King placed a first stone on 28 July 1831, the anniversary ...
... a few. They also had artworks by Cezanne, Picasso, Modigliani, Matisse, Guillame and Rousseau - a feast for the eyes and soul. I love the Musee d'Orsay which we probably won't get to visit this time, so I think I got my French art fix today.
We decided to walk from Musee de L'Orangerie, from Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, down the Avenue des Champs Elysees (yep, I'm name ...