Hotel Pas de Calais
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... 8211; which is where the idea for Phantom of the Opera originates. Unfortunately you can’t tour the lake, and although there is no Phantom there are apparently large fish. The auditorium was closed when we visited – which was unfortunate (although you could get a peek and some photo’s through a small viewing area).
Walked to the latin quarter for lunch to the street of café’s we found during our first couple of days in Paris at ...
... Allied Powers. It was signed on 28 June 1919, exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. This has been one of many peace treaties over the years.
This is also the Palace where Louis X1V and his family were taken prisoner along with 2,000 guests when the mob stormed the Palace and almost all eventually lost their heads or died in prison. I think only one daughter from the King’s family got away to Austria to live a long ...
Ok we did it we are in Paris finally!!
Waow, haven't seen much of it, but i like what i see so far
We left le vigan at about 7:30 or so
we stopped in the middle of france to have lunch outside
the pictures you will see are what i saw as we were driving ...
... be misinterpreted so I resist the urge. The highlights of the show though are the comedian/juggling act who is very similar to Wally Eastwood from the Variety show in Vegas, the 3 man gymnastics sketch played out as a robbery and a strength show involving a man, woman and chair. It has to be seen to be believed. The dancing gets a bit tiresome by the end but the girls are spirited the whole way through the performance which is good to see. One of the male dancers is actually Nat ...
Today we finally seem to have a slight break in the weather. It is sunny & even a little warmer :) We have a tour booked for The Louvre at 9.45 so left to walk there about 9ish. It was a little bit chaotic getting names marked off and getting our audio guides, as the company appeared to have 3 or 4 individual groups departing at the same time and many clients were panicking that they may miss out!!! Once we were assigned our guide, ...