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... to have lots of furniture, Relics from various Christian churches and some Baroque period paintings. Not exactly what we expected but all good with it being a slightly drizzly day and we had five hours to spend in Zagreb. We all laughed about Jenny and her JC saying - Caleb does it the best. When we wen to collect the bags she dialed us a can that took credo cards - as she got off the phone she was rubber her head. ...
... see Monet's water lillies; then onto the Lourve for a small coffee break and to spend a couple hours wandering around the Lourve, after we headed to St Michel for lunch brfore getting a taxi back to the hotel to get ready for the Cabaret.
We went to Nouvelle Eve in Montmatre, and the show and dinner was awesome. Definitely something I had never experience before.
After we all headed to the bar next to the Moulin Rogue to sing and dance away our last night of the tour.
... the catacombs remain officially open to the public but a lot of people sneak into the other sections. One group of Cato-philes actually set up a theatre to screen movies under there!
So you may be wondering, what about the 22 years thing? Well, 22 years ago when we were here, Ca wanted to go see the catacombs so I set out to try and find them with her (For those of you who do not know, C and I met in France in the summer of 1992, between 2nd and 3rd year when ...
... past lovely districts with art and antiques where the famous artists, writers and actors hung out -such as Picasso, Hemingway etc. We passed through the area where people go for the night life and bars, both now and during the roaring 20's (As seen in 'Midnight in Paris').
I ended back where I started and then I walked back to the green bus and continued in the direction of the Arc de Triumph which is only a 10 minute walk to our Hotel. This route continued along the banks ...
... It was dark and dank with uncomfortable chairs. My chair made a loud noise as I tried to move it closer to the aisle where I could easily sneak a photo without disturbing anyone. Note: the French are not amused by loud noises or gross behavior. Here's what I managed to get:
Let's talk about the elephant in the living room. I tend to want to take pictures ...