Mercure Paris Monty Opera
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... another was like a mime who selected people from the audience to participate with him on stage. One of my favourite bits was a dance routine where there was a damsel and she was pushed into a tank of water but in the water were about 15 massive snakes. It was amazing, she was grabbing the snakes and dancing with them but in a way that expressed that she was struggling with them. 1. She did well for dancing underwater 2. She did well for even putting a row in that water with ...
... Needless to say, the food was sensational.
We returned to our hotel, rested for several hours and decided to head to the Champs Elysées . We had seen from the bus during day light, the avenue filled with Winter Market stalls....very similar to Vienna. We wanted to see it up close at night when all would be under lights.
It didn't disappoint. It is just beautiful and we commented that it was a beautiful time to visit ...
... 55357; ;ᘇ 8;ȩ 57;8 398; Main I chose vegetarian tart ( again, what was I thinking!) however it was a beautiful arrangement of vegetables like zucchini, tomato, onion, squash, radish on a buttery, thin pasty base. It was delicious and fresh. Dessert was either chocolate mousse or berry tart - had a bit of both. Very nice end ...
... days. Our apartment is perfect and close to everything. On top of it all, wonderfully friendly Parisians greet us whenever we come into the courtyard to our apartment. There’s even a Concierge who lives on the bottom floor – just like Elegance of a Hedgehog!
Upon leaving our apartment we walked five minutes to the beautiful park Les Invalides. The park lies beautifully between enormous Parisian monuments. It’s breathtaking! ...
... and busy religious centre, the massive church dominating the landscape must have been an everyday reminder of the Church's supremacy.During the Revolution, the Church was all but abolished, and the great basilica of Vezelay was demolished. Versailles was not dismantled, but the monarchical system that sustained it was assuredly destroyed. As was the King and his aristocratic minions. In a frenzy of violence and murder, the people took their bloody revenge.