Eiffel Villa Garibaldi
Travel Blogs from Paris
... as some people make out traveling to be. In the end I am an engineer who won’t ever professionally study art history or just simple history for that matter. Also I am having a lot of fun experience things and meeting new people but I do feel a somewhat weird feeling of loneliness and insecurity. I feel I am just a wanderer going from place to place without a place or group of people I could truly call home or “my people.” ...
... of the world’s music, along with hundreds of ancient musical instruments of all kinds.
We were given iPhone-like boxes with headsets so we could punch the number in the display and hear examples of these instruments being played. There were many examples of the French horn in history, from the earliest hunting horns, to many convoluted attempts to create horns in different keys. You won’t believe some of the photos below. Happily, there ...
... was a juggler, a ventriloquist (not sure how he got the dog to open its mouth at the right times) and acrobats between the dancing and singing. Most songs were in French including what seemed to be a story of the Arabian nights with flying people. The lead male dancer only had two expressions - here I am being serious and conceited and here I am smiling a bit and conceited. The lead female dancer had that Botox look about ...
... then it was lunchtime and the unanimous vote was to return to Rue Cler to grab lunch and visit the markets again. Mom decided she wanted to purchase another pair of Mephisto sandals (just like the ones I bought) so we stopped by the shoe store again. We asked the shoe store owner which place on Rue Cler was the best place for lunch, and he recommended Cafe du Marche, the same place we lunched the other day. So we ate there again, sitting outside, and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed