Inter Hotel Bagatelle
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Another slow start! We left home around 10.30 towards Place Bastille, I was in search of new walkng shoes, I have worn mine out, found these lovely fur lined boots, hopefully they will be warm enough when the cold weather settles in, so far so good. We headed off towards Marche Aligre to top up on our wine for the next week, a huge investment. We had the best toasted panini I ...
We rose very early today for breakfast at 6:30am and then on to the bus at 7:00 for our trip to Villiers Bretonneux. We met our tour guide at the Australian Memorial which lists the names of the 11,000 Australian soldiers who remain missing to this day. Our guide, an Australian who runs WWI tours, was very knowledgeable and was able to take us to a great many places to show us a wide variety ...
... for the 3 ball game. Then went to the Eiffel Tower where the line has been consistently long all week. Once in line I saw there was over an hour wait to get to the stop once you get to the 2nd floor. I am going to save going to the top for another visit - felt I have enough city views and 1-2 hours in line was not high on my list. Was able to see some other views, stand on the glass platform of the people below and then walk down the stairs - ...
... then went in and had another drink for luck!
the ballet was quite incredible and basically was moulded on the story of the hunchback of Notre Dam. Have never seen such cheorgraphy in such a different style. It was by Roland Petit who gad been especially commissioned to develop something different and create a full ballet from it, and he did. I bought a souvenir programme for the enormous price of 15 Euros to ...
... same very close to Notre Dame. The Cathedral was built at the direction of Louis IX between 1242 and 1248 to house relics from the Passion of Christ specifically a piece of the cross and the Crown of Thorns. The relics had been purchased from the church in Constantinople 1239 for a price that was greater than the cost of building the Cathedral. The Holy Relics had belonged to the emperors ...