Declaration a l'Urssaf, signaletique, entretien, assurance, visite medicale, tout est en regle, mais il y a un probleme: "Ces tuk-tuks sont en infraction parce que le vehicule n'est pas reserve pour etre sur la voie publique", explique Nino, un policier des "Boers", l'autre nom de la police des taxis a l'AFP Depuis deux ans, les tuk-tuks se multiplient au pied des monuments de Paris, de la Tour Eiffel
a la place de la Concorde.
Chief among them is 36-year-old Erika La Tour Eiffel
, who changed her named after falling for, rather than off, the famous French landmark which she "married" in a small ceremony last year, witnessed only by a few friends and, I'm guessing, the odd pigeon.
No building better symbolises Paris than the 300m Tour Eiffel
, the city's most visited attraction.
Au cours de ce sE[umlaut]jour, j'ai visitE[umlaut] Versailles, la Tour Eiffel
, Notre Dame, l'Arc de Triomphe et Brive la Gaillarde, petite ville prE s de Bordeaux.
By exploring the collaboration between dancers, musicians, librettists, and the audience, Batson defines identities based on nationality, sexuality, and gender at the beginning of the twentieth century through reactions to performances of Le Martyre de Saint Sebastien, Les Maries de la Tour Eiffel
, Le Dieu bleu, Parade, Within the Quota, La Creation du Monde, L'homme et son desir, and writings by Cocteau and Valery.
December 14-16: European Nano Systems 2005, conference and exhibition, Hotel Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel
Such ambiguity (or coherence from Flammarion's point of view) was also expressed through Flammarion's staging of annual summer-solstice festivals at the base of that emblem of modernity, the Tour Eiffel
McCain Foods (Canada) and associated companies such as Charcuterie la Tour Eiffel
in Blainville, Que.
The purchase of assets and brands from Charcuterie de Bretagne was done through McCain Foods Limited subsidiary Charcuterie La Tour Eiffel
On view as well was Le Tour (The potter's wheel), 1996, a scooter that can operate a pottery wheel, as well as La Tour Eiffel
, a digital image of two men dressed in nineteenth-century garb, maps in hand, facing an Eiffel Tower that has either broken in two or has yet to be constructed.
In 1955 he performed there with Pierre Lacotte's company, Les Ballets de la Tour Eiffel
, appearing in a jazz ballet, La Nuit est une Sorciere ("Night Is a Witch"), choreographed by Lacotte and set to a score by jazz great Sidney Bechet.
Given the work's reputation in France, any French soprano worth her salt must--at some point in her career--scale the heights of this operatic Tour Eiffel