Peletier Haussmann Opera Hotel
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... called "passages", so after a couple of hours of Kylie begging to check out a French passage, I agreed and we set off for what promised to be a very engaging and interesting and historical look at French retail shopping experiences. That's what it promised. What it delivered? Well, it promised plenty. Let's leave it at that. If you were a lover of stamp collecting, then you'd have been very impressed, but let's face it - if stamp collecting is what gets ...
... crowd and have our few minutes of absorption of this enigmatic lady.
Another painting which was crowded out and being photographed in a paparazzi sort of way was the magnificent ' the consecration of the emperor Napoleon l' by JL David ( see photo).
After going our own way, we spent 5 hours in total in the buildings, (without lunch), covering the Islamic art ( Brendon, the ancient Islamic ceramic tiles would have interested you and were quite ...
- The French like pink toilet paper. Seriously, our toilet paper was actually pink.
- Coffee is essentially espresso here. Don't expect a Venti.
- Really good (and old) wine is pretty cheap here.
- If you're an early riser or have to be somewhere before 9am, don't expect find a restaurant open for breakfast. Trust us, we ended up having to eat McDonalds one morning.
- Many of the stores and restaurants are ...
... located. The tour took us back down the river toward the Eiffel Tower, circled back and around The Islands. It was worth the 10 euros and a great way to end the afternoon.
We decided to hop back on Le Open Bus tour and we saw Le Arc de Triomphe, went down Avenue Kleber, which is home to most of the embassies and towards Palais de Chaillot (which has four museums inside it…four!!). We decided we wanted to try to see Moulin Rouge but had to get ...
... still being a part of the group. I heard an interesting theory while in China. That traveling to a country where you don't know the language is an introvert's Paradise. You're not expected to understand and participate, but you can be happy sitting and observing everything going on. I go back and forth on whether I think I'm an introvert or extrovert. I thought it was the extrovert in me wanting to travel and meet a ton of new people. But maybe it was the introvert. ...