Despite a recent tendency towards experimental music, the Opera Comique, also called Popular Musical Theater, still hosts ... More
Despite a recent tendency towards experimental music, the Opera Comique, also called Popular Musical Theater, still hosts quite a few of the comic (and other) operas that are its namesake. This comfortable gilded-age theater, the smallest of the major Parisian opera venues, also presents symphonic concerts regularly. The venue is done up in a nice Italian style decor typical of the end of the 19th Century with nice moldings and a lovely fresco on the ceiling.
I´ts so much I dont now where to start...Paris took me and my husband with open lovely arms 1999.I was pregnant with our first child,so this was our last trip alone as "love-couple".Everything whent so well,we speak"franglish" and it works.We realice that we have to wait a few year to come back because the best Paris you have it`s right round you!So take the Metro,busses and your best walk shoes AND your nose!Feel the atmosphere.When our son whas 3 month old and we were at home i reed the daily paper.Suddenly i see an job ad-
a restaurant in Paris is looking for chefs AND no Frensh is neccecerly because they are from Sweden in the kitchen.Halleluja!Some one up ther had thought about us...
It suit us perfect,you see my husband are a chef!My husband went toParis one week before my baby and me.He have found a lovely small apartment in 17arrond.Ouer baby was now 4 month old.My husband enjoy the work very much and avance to "chef de cuisine".I have marvellous day with swedish mothers in the swe.church or just beeing there.We stayd nearly 1 1/2 year.A silent promise to our son that we will be back...The years flow away.
But Paris was in our heart and mind!2005 we decided,lets do it one moore time!At that time the son was 5 1/2 year AND the sister 3 1/2...My husband where lucky same old job and mostly of the work friends were left.
OK!I have two walking-talking-eating kids to take care of 24 hours a day and 7 days a week!
Well we are in Paris so what could go wrong?NOTHING!It was so easy!And Paris open her arms again and welcome us back!They eat everything,speak french,got friends,start french school etc.It´s was so cool to recognice Paris through childrens eys,no fear and open minds!Even this time we stayd 1 1/2 year.WE LEFT OUR HEART`S IN PARIS!!!
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