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... show to start and there was a band performing whilst the dinner was finishing. Our bottle of Champagne came and although I don't particularly like champagne I had a few glasses which turned into half a bottle and a glass from the Asian man who offered his expensive champagne (this was throughout the show of course). The show started and was amazing. The dancers costumes were sparkly and colourful(that was the 'limited' costumes that they were wearing of course but I certainly ...
Rodin After no wifi and uncertainty about Skyping our family, we head to the bar where I re established contact the world last night. Luckily we speak them though the connection be broken at times. It was great to hear them and what they are doing. Out of guilt I ordered two hot chocolates while we waited. Out came two warm cups a quarter filled with hot chocolate with a small jug of warm milk. They were the next best thing to Lindt hot chocolate in town. It was wins all round at this ...
We got up earlish, by our new standards, on museum days to beat the queues and for the most part did OK.
The Musee d'Osay was definitely a highlight, a guided tour of an hour and a half fantastic value at E6. We listened to a delightful woman tell us about the growth of impressionist movement and all the challenges they faced getting recognition for their new and challenging ideas. Does anything change!! This Museum is housed in the old Quai ...
... so a lot sex shops and "ladies" of the night, we only stayed about 10 minutes. We then headed back and looked at the place de la Concorde and walked the Champs élysées to look at some shops. Back to the unit for a break then out for dinner on Av Klieber, basic meal of a shared pizza the I had veal escalopes with lemon and penne pasta, beautiful flavour. Back to the unit . A couple of beers and bed ...
... the Opera Garnier. I walked out of there thinking "I got my money's worth".
It would have been better again if I had been allowed in to see the auditorium. The auditorium is supposed to be as lavish as the Foyer and has had a new ceiling added in the 1960's painted by Marc Chagall in his usual shimmering colours. Unfortunately the only way to see the auditorium is to buy a ticket and sit through an opera or a ballet. On another visit, maybe or maybe not, it is a high price to ...