Volney Opera Hotel
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... traveling, especially when I just woke up not even a 1/2 hour ago. But this Starbucks had a beautiful secret, it was the most ornate and beautiful Starbucks I had ever been in. Obvoiusly, something was here before a Starbucks because you walk in, beyond the ordering and barista there is a room, with lovely leather coaches and chairs, beautiful chandeliers that looked like they had been there for centuries, and such ornate wall treatment, gold leaf. But not tacky. It was ...
... were out and it took longer to get there by metro. The restaurant was lovely, casual and easy to have the kids in. Our kids had steak and vegetables, and we had a beautiful crab salad and terrine for starters followed by fish and lamb. It was a lovely meal. By the time we finished it was after 10pm and the sky was still blue. We caught cabs home and pretty much collapsed into bed all four of us....maybe even a sleep in ...
... sights. Isabel quite liked the French music that was played in between and even started signing to it. It was very repetitive.
We saw the Arc de Triomphe, The River Seine, and you can't go to a city without a protest riot. All this viewed whilst sitting on top of the open top bus. Well worth the money.
Eiffel Tower queues here we ...
... the statues inside, and out, were magical and the inner vibes had my heart aching! Well worth another 387 steps to the top to see all the ornamental sculptures and gargoyles, also love the tops of houses etc. the chimneys draw me in for some reason too! Before we ascended we met up with 2 lovely American ladies, had a lot of laughs while we were waiting in line. finished there and headed down the side streets, which are just gorgeous with cobbled ...
... Africa). France has had African colonies for a LONG time (which is why half of Africa speaks French), so it’s not like they just came here and decided to not be a separate black community overnight.
Speaking of integration, I heard from someone yesterday that all of France didn’t use to speak French, and that it wasn’t until relatively recently (last two hundred years or so) that it became the national language. That portions of ...