Bourgogne et Montana Hotel
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... I heard many angry "Qu'est-ce que tu faites?", but at that moment all I could think of saving my life and my parasympathetic system was on full flight mode! Finally, a kind soul assisted me in getting out of the crowd after I basically begged him in French to help me and gave me a piggy back ride out of the hundreds of people. Once I believed to be safe and sound, the civil police began to throw teargas in order to disperse the crowd. I ran out of there ...
... locals. One frenchman walking his dog was slack jawed to say the least. In the dome of the Invalides lies The tomb of Napoleon I. As we guessed the place wasn't a hovel. On 5 May 1821, Napoleon I died on the island of St. Helena, where he had been in exile since 1815. His remains stayed there until 1840. In 1840, King Louis-Philippe decided to transfer the Emperor's body to Paris. A state funeral accompanied the return of Emperor Napoleon I's ashes, which ...
... but I owe you one. After a long flight all I wanted to do was get to my hotel, have a long shower and get into some fresh clean clothes. Fortunately I do have one change of clothes so I could do that much. Tonight it will be a visit to the laundromat to wash my travel clothes so I have something to wear tomorrow. FYI Ethihad have advised they will locate my bag and send in directly to my hotel within the next 3 days....good onya ethihad!! ...
... time & a few more drinks than expected! We headed for the river Seine and a barge bar that Mat had selected... Lynda had a beer (safety in that selection) and I took Mat's recommendation for a liqueur that was raspberry based - a large glass of rocket fuel! After this drink we headed along the river front to look for some live music, Mat had obviously spent some of his youth along this area (not that he's old now, early 30's) and knew the area ...
... three hours of sleep again was not fun. But the adventure had to continue!!! Things I learned in Paris: -you need more then a day -preferably after getting a full night of rest -almost everyone dresses up -French men are not bad to look at- sorry Treg...look but don't touch! ;-) -French people are not rude. At least the ones we talked to! -they are passionate about their sports! After a rugby game there were lots of fans all over the city chanting and cheering- loved ...