Royal Hotel Paris Champs Elysees
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... read Ulysses twice for two different classes. II tis a very long book whose main character is Jewish living in Dublin. The book follows him about his day. But more than than the story parallells The Illiad by Homer. Anyway, not to bore you, but it is a masterpiece; At the time he could not get the book published: The only one who would was Sylvia Beach who owned the bookstore Shakespeare and Company. The bookstore burned down but a family who opened ...
... to convince Sim that he wanted to do it ( he didn't want to get his feet dirty) but as soon as he was on them he was off!! We walked around 3/4 of it, the other 1/4 was cut off by the little river nearby and was a bit deep to cross. It was strange to see just how much the tide changes around the area! We headed back to the B&B and on the way picked up some local cider and beer to try. At the same shop we got the drinks you could have free cookies. Sim was so excited to get ...
... clerics, appointed by Napoleon since the Concordat. In order not to jeopardize the new balance between Church and State, the pope accepted to attend the coronation. The original sketches (as was typical in those days) showed the (key) subjects - including the Pope - minus their clothing, which was added in the actual painting. The pope was originally pictured with hands crossed on his lap, but ...
... Upto that point I was very impressed with the SNCF.
On departure days we've had to take the metro to our SNCF station of departure - Gare de l'Est or Gare Montparnasse. This has been no easy task. Managing two kids, a huge suitcase, the stroller and Emmanuel's walker on the metro is stressful and physically draining. Since there are no elevators at most of the metro stations, we have to go up and down multiple flights of steps ...
... there during low season, there were a lot of renovations, construction, and landscaping going on, and the fountains weren’t even turned on. So it wasn’t as impressive…but somehow extremely impressive anyway.
We toured through the “Grand Trianon” and “Petit Trianon” buildings – these were used as summer homes and guest houses. They were slightly more “homey” than the ...