Timhotel Place d'Italie-Butte aux Cailles
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... lived in France for about 40 years. he took us around Dt Germain des Pres where we passed many lovely little shops, saw an old street with ancient buildings that was an early 'passage' and where there was a house where there was the last remaining stand for a man to mount his horse. We continued to St Chapelle where Peter helped us bypass the queue by taking us in the Palais de Justice entrance. After admiring the lower chapel, which was the part the king's servants had access to, ...
... stupefied locals. One frenchman walking his dog was slack jawed to say the least.
In the dome of the Invalides lies The tomb of Napoleon I. As we guessed the place wasn't a hovel.
On 5 May 1821, Napoleon I died on the island of St. Helena, where he had been in exile since 1815. His remains stayed there until 1840. In 1840, King Louis-Philippe decided to transfer the Emperor's body to Paris.
A state funeral accompanied the return of Emperor Napoleon I's ...
... Coeur basilica. It's up on a hill and sort-near Moulin Rouge. To get there one has to walk up many flights of stairs before you can get to the actually building. There is a little tram called the funiculare but since it costs $ and I have legs up I went. From the hill you can see all of Paris. Mostly. The Eiffel Tower was hidden behind a tree. The basilica itself it beautiful. I really don't know how people built these things so long ...
... prison used by all the French monarchs up until the French Revolution. During the Revolution it was used by the Revolutionary Tribunal during the Reign of Terror to try, convict, and sentence to death people who were considered counterrevolutionary. Once sentenced to death they were taken from the Conciergerie in carts to the guillotine for execution. Of course the most famous person condemned ...
After hours of deep slumber we were roused by by someone knocking on our room door. Turned out to be the staff that thought we were ready to check out. Good thing that we got this unintended wakeup call - it was 9:45 and we needed to get ready to checkout.
Some packing and tending to the kids and it was nearing time to leave the hotel. Our stay there had been barely two days but with all our **** in the room and suitcases spilling all over ...