Hotel Acte V
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... but the man we went was very nice and overall it was a very good experience. After we met him we went into the city of Paris. First we went to the church of Notre Dame and it was beautiful and incredible. After that we went to the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower is a piece of magnificent piece of art, we went to the very top of the Tower and it was incredible. The city is very different from Madrid the architecture, the people everything is different. We were ...
... are so many, it's hard to keep track unless you have a guide or do some extensive homework.
Obviously there was something major going on in the City as the Gendarmerie (military police) were absolutely everywhere. Peet told us the next morning that it was because the Spanish King was in town and was being taken through the city. This explained all the motorcades and police vehicles constantly travelling around with sirens on, escorting vehicles and managing ...
... all sorts of music in a jazz style. I wandered around for a bit taking in the sites and seeing what was around. Each day a RG newspaper is released with the day's schedule of play, plus articles which was mainly all in French aside from 4 pages, about yesterday's and today's matches. I highlighted all the games I wanted to see and settled in on court 6 to watch, what would become, a 3 hour 5 setter match between vedaseco and ...
... 2 star Michelin restaurant, Joel Robuchon, for a ten course degustation menu. The restaurant was dimly lit and decorated with glossy black surfaces and touches of red and silver. We sat at high benches around the kitchen, where the chefs, all dressed in black, prepared the meal. The courses were all superb but my favourite was a chestnut soup with bacon and black truffles and Peter’s was the dessert of ...
... several tours together displaying their art. He panted his last painting at the age of 70 and five years later, died at the age of 75. He is most famous for introducing outline on painted objects.
There isn't much to write about the Picasso and Renoir paintings. We are not particularly impressed with them.
At 2:30, we went on a cruise along the Seine River. We learnt a lot about French landmarks ...