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From: lmatthe2 on 19 Jul 2010 15:27
On 7/18/2010 3:08 AM, Earl Evleth wrote:
> On 18/07/10 5:47, in article bPu0o.19890$lS1.5897(a)newsfe12.iad, "lmatthe2"
> <lmatthe2(a)comcast.net> wrote:
>> I prefer the Cathedral at St. Denis
> It is relatively little known to American visitors. But it has some visible
> history since the Kings and Queens of France were buried there. And
> it has a number of stone crypts with the carved images of those buried
> on it.
> The contents of these were emptied during the revolution and tossed into
> the garden. Later, collected together they were put into the under
> groundcrypt, the bones could not be separated.
since it's technically NOT in Paris it's not listed in lots of
guidebooks (even Michelin Paris)
but the carved crypts are cool.
From: lmatthe2 on 19 Jul 2010 15:29
>> First you make it a requirement, that eveyone has to show a valid ID at the
> They do that already and always have in France. A passport control
> of incoming people always has occurred.
actually I came into Paris one time (a flight from italy... but this was
pre-EU) and customs and passport control were on strike... get your bags