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... Toulouse-Lautrec & Vincent Vangogh.....we managed to find the apartment buildings they lived in, it is quite easy to imagine the fun times they would have had in such a setting.
We also decided we would have lunch in a cafe called "Cafe Les Deux Moulins"....just up the street from Moulin Rouge it has become quite famous because it was the set for the french film called "Amelie" (2001) a ...
... to acrobats to the ventriloquist was superb!! A first class performance by all involved.. From the circus theme, to the pirate acts and the cancan segment ..all were stunning.
the gals & guys ..over 100 in total..certainly had us all in awe the whole show.
from its humble(and perhaps ..seedy) beginnings in 1889 , it is best to book early..on line..to ensure you don't miss this Number One show in Paris..
and the bottle of French champers goes down well too !
... slow roasting the jarret de veau, and savoring every drop of the Margaux: such a Sunday in Paris!
Monday we clean and pack with enough time for one last stroll down to the Seine.
Observations and Reflections:
... stairs. It seemed like a good idea at the time. I'm not sure I recommend it. The view from the very top was amazing though. The sun was beginning to set and the city looked incredible.
Once we finished taking in the sights, we took off to Sacre Coure. We wanted to be able to sit and enjoy the view of the city during the sun set. We barely made it, but the race was worth every minute. From the hill that the church sits on, you get an amazing view of ...
... to the Laundromat to catch up on some much needed washing. The city is not very clean with a lot of litter hanging around. It is a vast contrast to what we have left in England. Australia would give Paris a good lesson in this area. We encountered our first Gypsy today. This little woman came up to us when we got offi the train asking for money. I had been told to be wary so now I know what people mean. There have been a lot of beggars, but not in your face as this woman was. ...
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