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... known as the Grande Maison. The Grande Maison included two large studios, the atelier d'hiver, or winter workshop, situated on the top floor of the house, and at ground level, a glass-roofed annexe, the atelier ...
... three types of cheese at another (fromagerie), ham and pate at another (charchuterie) and wine at another (not sure what this is called, but it was a Nicolas chain). We did lack some important forethought on this one, so we ended up buying silverware from the cheese shop, swigging wine directly from the bottle and spreading our food out across magazines we picked up outside of one of the shops. Despite these minor ...
Last day in Paris for Claire so it was her choice for things to do....so we decided to explore the 11 arrondissement and some of the restaurants that David Lebovitz has described in his blog. so after a late breakfast of fresh baguette and croissants we started walking up Rue Reamur, past the Musee Art + Métier which is partly housed in Avery old church....it's the Science and Technology Museum. As it was a sunny day,at least ...
... full bellies we were off to the metro to head over to the Opera house. On the way we found a starbucks which made me a very very happy person after being separated from my Vanilla Lattes for 2 months!
We got on the Metro at Hôtel de Ville which is like their town hall. It had an ice skating rink set up outside which was funny to me because it was probably about 45 degrees in the dead of winter which is still way warmer that what the weather is in Wisconsin! It ...
... jacket) and, ironically, even better if you have a slightly dishevelled look. Men can achieve this with a three day growth. It's easy to feel left out if you don't make an effort and you happen to care about these sort of things. I saw a lad the other night on our walk to the Bastille wearing a grey flannel suit with bold stitching on the outside reminiscent of one of the Beatles outfits if you can remember that far back. It certainly makes for a nice change ...