Elysees Opera Hotel
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... and we were so suprised, it was huge!! Then the waitress pulls off the top, the duck is cooked inside a salty dough case thing.. It was crazy. Yum tho.
We were running right on time to start our walk to the Moulin Rouge, Carole suggeseted we get the bill (I had already gone in and paid for us all as something to say thanks for having us in her house), noone came by so Sarah said "why don't we just run..?" Carole was up for it! haha so we walked out, she was like why ...
... of french rather than disdain for the people. She was Austrian and did not have a good grasp of the french language. It's a good thing that they no longer behead people for not understanding french else I would be 50cm shorter! The gardens are a vast expanse with fountains, canals and hunting grounds in them. Most of it is grass or bushes and I did not see any flowers. While the palace was being built Louis XIV was ...
... Then we caught the metro to the Arc de Triomphe and climbed to the top. There was exactly 200 stairs (Shayna and I counted) to the top and it took ages. At the top there was a fantastic view of Paris and the Eiffel Tower, there was actually a house with a garden on the roof. For dinner I had omelette, Mum had quiche, Dad had steak and salad and Shayna had vegetable ...
... that were so thick you could barely see through the wall they made. I wish I had a better picture of them. Someday I'd love to be able to walk through there. Passing into France, the countryside was marked with pastures of cows, sheep and the most beautiful fields of thick, yellow flowers. It was like the green grass was painted with bright yellow squares. We arrived in Paris at 12:50 and took the subway to Notre Dame. This year celebrates 850 ...
... style went out of style. Now, half the building is in Gothic style, while the other half is a mix of Roman and Renaissance. It's kind of crippled because one of the bell towers was never finished, so it's lopsided; it's a pretty ugly building.
As a whole, though, our architecture class is just walking around, freezing our butts off, and trying to remember all of the random information our professor tells us in case it's something she puts on the exam.
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