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We have over 61 Paris apartments in central Paris! … many of them are 1 and 2 bedrooms apartments (for up to 6 people), seven 3 bedrooms (for up to 8 people) some with 2 and even 3 bathrooms and one 4 bedrooms apartments for up to 10 people!
Paris Rental apartment is France at Leisure specialty. Our vacation apartments are all very centrally located near the main points of interest such as Le Marais, Saint Germain, Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, the Opera among many others.
The interior design of each property is unique and has been carefully designed. From cosmopolitan design to Parisian atmosphere, you will find in all our rental apartments a comfortable place to relax while enjoying the city of lights.
Our points of difference:
- You will be personally greeted by our local host.
- All our properties have complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Local assistance 7/7 - office open every day of the year.
- Concierge service for restaurant and tour bookings
- Arrival and departure private transfers on request.
- For Luxury category apartments telephone free to Australian landlines and Welcome VIP basket.
Just a great 'value for money' for managed private rental Paris apartment. "We have Paris covered"
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Enjoy the pampering, the food, the wine, the sightseeing, hospitality and lots more. Explore the very heart and Soul of the country in a way that only a French barge river cruise vacation can offer.
A canal barge experience is a European holiday with casual elegance and comfort. As a specialists on incentive and group travel in France, we also provide comprehensive service for your creative incentive for your organisation or Family reunion. Special tailored programs for family occasions or corporate groups are available on request - Wine, golf or gastronomic themed cruises are available.
Cabin prices for 2017
- Rates are per person in a twin share cabin
- Rates are in Australian Dollars
- Single Supplements apply
- All cruises are 6 nights and include full board and excursions
Prices listed below may vary according to the exchange rate.
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Remembrance Day in Australia
Remembrance Day in Australia is dedicated to Australians who died as a result of war, particularly from World War I onwards. A minute of silence is dedicated to the deceased, especially for soldiers who died fighting to protect the nation. Remembrance Day is annually observed on November 11 although it is not a public holiday.
What do people do?
Many Australians stop what they are doing at exactly 11am in their local times on November 11 each year to dedicate a minute of silence for those who died in war, especially soldiers from as far back as World War I. Those who join in this act of remembrance include teachers, students, politicians, and workers of public and private sector enterprises.
Many people wear artificial poppies on the day and key political figures make speeches in remembrance of the nation’s fallen heroes. Services are held at 11am at war memorials in suburbs and towns across the country, at which the “Last Post” is played by a bugler and a one-minute silence is observed. Remembrance Day has been partly eclipsed by ANZAC Day as the national day of war commemoration.
Remembrance Day is not a public holiday in Australia, however many workers stop what they are doing at 11am for a minute of unified silence before resuming work again.
According to the Australian government’s Cultural and Recreation portal, Remembrance Day, which was originally called Armistice Day, commemorated the end of the hostilities for the Great War (World War I), the signing of the armistice, which occurred on November 11, 1918 – the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
On the first anniversary of the armistice, in 1919, one minute's silence was instituted as part of the main commemorative ceremony. After the end of World War II in 1945, the Australian and British governments changed the name to Remembrance Day as an appropriate title for a day which would commemorate all war dead.
The year 2008 marked the 90th anniversary of the Australian attack at Villers-Bretonneux. On April 24, 1918, Australian Imperial Force (AIF) soldiers attacked German forces that captured the French town of Villers-Bretonneux earlier that day. The action was successful, but the fighting was fierce, and many lives were lost on both sides.
Red poppies are worn on blazers, shirts, jumpers and other items of clothing on Remembrance Day to remember those who died during a war.
Poppies were among the first plants that came from the battlefields of northern France and Belgium during World War I. Some people believed the popular myth that poppies were rich in their redness because they blossomed from grounds that were saturated with soldiers’ blood.