Emeraude Hotel Helios Opera
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... a short time and a bit of to & fro we found it - must have had my night goggles on because we'd walked right past earlier :-/ ...but these were worth it - divine & yummo is all I can say!
A long we went to the Arc de Triomphe - commissioned by Napolean and built in 1836. The arch stands in the Centre of the Etoile (star) and is the world's largest roundabout; I have heard this is the only place insurance does not ...
the morning the breakfast was all ready for us, there were croissants,
breads, eggs, sausages... all sorts of breakfast we could choose from.
We then walked to the local train station to catch a train to Paris.
First stop was to see the Eiffel Tower.... while we were walking, we
came across the tunnel where Lady Dianna died and there was a monument
... He looked up at me once but I didn,t pay attention. I was focused on the stops. I mention all this because, later; at Saint Chappelle after we were done he mentioned that someone on the train was sketching me! He said he was very good and almost finished.. I said he must be if he can sketch me on the metro. I guess those are the kind of things that can happen on the metro!
Saint Chapelle is a beautiful chapel known for its Rose window ...
... the right exit for the opera house and voila we were there. It is an incredibly large building on the outside with beautiful gold leaf ornamentation and sculpture. Karl and I were not able to tour the last time we were here because they were preparing for a production so you couldn't see the actual theatre. It was raining pretty hard so luckily I remembered how to find the entrance for the visit. It was $10 euro and not covered by the ...
... leading the procession of musicians which ended at the Place de la Bastille. Jean-Pierre Montagny issued commemorative medals on the occasion.
Dumont's Génie de la Liberté
In the foundation, a columbarium was arranged to receive the remains of 615 victims of the July Revolution. A further 200 victims of the Revolution of 1848 were later interred in the space; the throne of Louis-Philippe was ...