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... and delicate buttery wafers.
Photographers and film crews were present as well as an Emcee who walked around narrating events and interviewing ME! I told him I was from Virginia and I loved French bread and pastries and was always trying to make these at home but nobody does bread better than the French! ...
... at a homey little café…red
checkered table clothes & all…croissants of course…what else!!! We had fun exploring the streets surrounding our apartment after this…..an amazing location is this 9th district
of Pigalle….full of Parisian charm.
The Moulin rouge is a draw card for me….wish we could go
inside..but we are not sure how brave we are!!!
Slow day today. We had booked haircuts so walked up the road to the salon. Good job all round, then coffee and a meander in the main street of Maisons-Lafitte. Back to camp - vehicle checks and interneting. Set off late but arrived OK at the Musée de l'Orangerie. Set in a corner of the Tuileries Garden. All that remains of the original Palais de Tuileries. Interesting building - concrete ...
Today I woke up extremely hungover and dehydrated from all the rosé, vodka, and whiskey shots people kept handing me last night, so I chugged lots of water, took a shower and then put my game face on because we had plans to go to Elise's house for the afternoon/ evening. After my shower I felt much better and once we got to Elise's house I drank some coffee, ate some pastries and then continued drinking champagne with her husband. Elise's house was absolutely gorgeous ...
... perfumes. Made his name at a very early age of 24 with a perfume for Gucci. Found one we liked and made a purchase. Not necessarily to use as a benchmark but because we liked it! Walked up to Saint Lazare to catch the train down to Versailles as Jeff had organised a visit to the Osmotheque which is the perfume school/history/library of fragrances. We just had time to have a quick sandwich before Laurence picked us ...