Grand Hotel Nouvel Opera
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... the best artists, architects and interior designers from across Europe. Marshes were drained, forests were relocated and hills were flattened to construct the amazing gardens of Versailles. The Grand Canal, a centrepiece of the Palace
is 1.62 km long and 62 m wide.
It employed up to 30000 workers and soldiers and virtually drained the coffers of the royal family at the time. Highlights we saw ...
... and so cool! Then, we did some massive window shopping down a giant, super busy, high-class street...Champs Elysses. Then we walked along to some random, cool playground/exercise equipment off of the River Seine. That was fun! Then we played at another cool park that we had seen at the beginning of the day before walking until we found a really cool French cafe to have an early dinner. We tried escargot for the first time, which was ...
... place so we could tell her we wanted food. Ordering was also a mystery. After a bit of praying for help, the GPS began to work, we got to Caen before sundown, and found a hotel!
Caen is much more interesting than we thought--they have an abbey founded by William the Conquerer (and another abbey across the way founded by his cousin-wife), a castle, and a couple other beautiful churches. Time for ...
... of a panic. My first thoughts were that someone was sick or there was a medical emergency. Shortly after more security guards came and started blocking off one whole side of the viewing area with security tape. We then looked up and noticed a man climbing up the tower from Level 2 all the way to the top!! He was half way up the tower, free climbing! I first thought perhaps he would jump off, but he looked as though he knew how to climb properly which then made us think he ...
... on the pewter water of the river. The cool, earthy breeze as we slide under stone bridges that echo with our laughter. Lights winking on in buildings and along the avenues.
And the people. It seems that all of Paris has come out to play. People young and old line the banks of the Seine, dangling their legs over the side of the river wall, relaxing in the grass on old blankets. Wine glasses clink, cigarette smoke curls up. ...