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... coffee and of course, some French wines. We kept seeing people sitting in outdoor cafés drinking pale pink rose so we stopped for a quick beverage ourselves and got back to the apartment just as a rain shower began. It didn't last long - we decided to go light on dinner so just went to yet another cafe and then called it a night. It felt like a great start to our month in Paris - spoke a bit of French, ate and drank French. Sent from my ...
... a restaurant that Picasso depicted in one of his famous paintings. The second is Moulin Rouge, a world famous cabaret venue which opened in 1889.
George and I went to Moulin Rouge this evening and were there early to get good seats at this "Las Vegas style" performance. One of the ...
... this reason we decided not to go into the basilica, but i feel the area itself is just as much the attraction as the imposing basilica. Amazingly, you can even catch a funicular to the top of the stairs rather than walking the 10 or so steps to the top yourself! After a little while relaxing we pushed through the hoards of tourists who were flooding out of the metro station to retreat to our little apartment.
... the sunny weather. Lots of scammers around the eifel tower and have to be careful of pick pockets. The next day we did a open top bus tour of the city and stopped off at all the sites - Arc de Triumph , Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre etc. in paris there are love lock bridges where u attach on a padlock with your names on it and the date and then throw the keys into the river. The whole bridge was just covered in padlocks ...
... grown up to be archways. The cottages are falling apart a bit – one of them even had tulips growing from the roof, but it sort of looks like they’re trying to fix them up, so maybe at some point it will be a little more like Williamsburg
Being in all of these historic places has really piqued my curiosity about history again. I really want to read a lot more about French and Spanish history.
France is decidedly colder than ...