Hotel Saint Charles
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... one level up were quite impressive and thought provoking.
By the time this visit was finished it was after 4:00 pm and starting already to get dark. I walked along the Thames to Shakespeare’s Globe, a reproduction of the theater Shakespeare used in the 1600, almost on the exact site of the old.
At 5:00 I had an order of fish and chips at the Anchor, a pub that’s been rebuild several times of the site of an original one Shakespeare ...
... in Montmartre where we watched several people having a their portraits drawn, they were remarkably good. We decided to walk back to the hotel on Montparnasse, & luckily passed the Old Opera House & went in for the tour, which turned out to use an ipad, it was very well done. The opera house is splendidly ornate, both Catherine & I had a great time, it is a truely magnificent building & with luck they had a cafe with very nice coffee ...
... to our area and headed back to our hotel for an early night. Although Gary and I on the way back to our hotel, stopped for a quick drink at the Ozzie bar...but we had a gross beer, so we headed back to our hotel soon after lol.
Tomorrow is our last full day in Paris...man it's gone so quick! We plan on watching the All Blacks vs Wallabies at lunchtime and who knows what else we'll get up too :-).
Catch ya laterAndrea and ...
... I feel my heart sink a little, but feel so grateful to have been able to share this with my family. Paris has been Allie's longed- for destination, a well known fact by all who are part of her world.It has lived up to her expectations and I know it will not be her last visit. Europe gets under your skin; it's history, it's architecture, it's style is all intoxicating. Once is never enough, and so it remains in my heart and memories ...
After the tour I Usain Bolted it to make my walking tour in town. Interesting wee facts:
- Gargoyle is derived from the word "gargle".
- the disturbing story of the torture of the man who would not die.
- The French are very protective of their language against the enemy that is the English language. There are many hurdles to overcome with new technology and new ...