Ibis Paris Grands Boulevards Opera 9eme
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... a nearby art gallery had commissioned the artist to paint its entire roof. A few happy snaps later, we were fed up with the tourists, and we descended again. Avoiding the tourists, scammers and merchants on the ground was a challenge, but somehow we got by just fine. People spitting as us from the tower above us somehow even missed the mark, albeit by the narrowest of margins. One-hour cruises depart from just near the tower, and we had timed it to perfection so that ...
... synchronized music. Our night wrapped up with fireworks over the grand canal…one of my favorite days in Paris!
Date night in Paris!...I had asked Erin, who we were exchanging homes with, if she had any babysitters who might be able to watch Jackson and Abby so we could go out for our 10th Wedding Anniversary (which inspired this trip to begin with!). She came through with flying colors and Rebecca, ...
... to rue Cler and managed to find a table open at the Cafe Central, directly across the street from Cafe du Marche, where we've eaten several times in the past.
A jazz trio was performing just a few yards away from us, at the corner of rue Cler and rue du Champ de Mars, and the patrons at both cafes were treated to jazz music from the Roaring 20's era. These three musicians were great performers, chatting with the onlookers between sets of music, ...
... on the mosque. Where our hotel is situated, there are at least four mosques within hearing distance. So, we get quite a show, especially at 5.30am when all four Muezzins call together, resulting in quite a mish mash of sounds.
The rest of the third day was spent looking round the Topkapi palace…………..mos tly jewels, weaponry and armour in display cases.
Day four, we did two tours, in the morning we did a boat ride up and down the Bosporus river, I ...
... to invent a valve for the horn. According to the Brass Society, "Heinrich Stoelzel (1777-1844), a member of the band of the Prince of Pless, invented a valve which he applied to the horn by July of 1814 (considered the first French Horn)" and "Friedrich Blühmel (fl. 1808-before 1845), a miner who played trumpet and horn in a band in Waldenburg, is also associated with the invention of the valve." (Thank you, Mary Bellis, writing in About.com)