Floride Etoile Hotel
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... really had no idea what to expect.
It was completely amazing. Sequins, beads, feathers, lights, glow in the dark paint, an aquarium, acrobats, jugglers, audience participation..... oh, and lots of bare chested women. The interesting part about this is that the Moulin Rouge is open to anyone over the age of 6 (accompanied by an adult of course). The French have such a different attitude towards so many aspects of life.
I really enjoyed the show. It was ...
... we were inside without the queues or the gypsies.......
Musee du Louvre is MASSIVE, and impressive. So many people in one place. The art that they have - you'd get great value out of having an annual pass. I don't think we really did it justice but we did cover the 'main' famous pieces. Did you know that there are 96 rooms with art from all eras here and 7,000 works, of which the French royalty had already over 1/2 in its possession!! Of course we had to go ...
... eat lunch before my tour. Then I walked over to meet my guide and went straight in! The tour was nice because it went through the private apartments and the Royal Opera theater that are not open to the public except through these tours. (Hints-pictures with no people.) I also greatly enjoyed the historical knowledge and stories from the guide. For example, I had forgotten that Louis XIV and Louis XVI were both very interested in clocks and scientific ...
... D’Orsay, Le Louvre and stopping at the famous Pont des Arts (also known as the lock bridge). We weaved through St. Germain, with a quick stop at La Grande Epicerie (which holds the largest selection of gourmet foods), located in the cellar of Le Bon Marche. To our dismay, there were no free samples for us to try! Along the way, we sat for a panache (beer with lemonade) at Café de Sevres which served as our aperitif for our dinner of steak frites ...
... realising we were heading in the wrong direction. Finally got to Saint Chapelle where the top floor of the chapel is wall to wall of the most beautiful lead lighting we have seen. Headed next door to ILE De La Cite Conciergie which had an amazing formation of arches so a good start to the day so far.
Next on the Agenda was Notre Dame so off we headed, in the wrong direction of course, but managed to not get too far ...
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