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... pretty beach town. We arrived and realized they were having a fair. What serendipity! We enjoyed seeing the various carnival rides and vendors. And it was eye-opening to experience an outside perspective on America -- check out my photo of the Team USA ride. Yikes. We then found a lovely little restaurant and sat waterside. Like, toes in the sand by the side of the water.
No insights. No quips. Just a fun day with some wonderful friends.
... around. The villages of the Dordogne are very beautiful, I had not been before and would love to spend some more time there. We were having a late lunch early dinner at about 5 so there was a hive of activity in the kitchen when we got back. Too cold for the terrace but the drawing room the perfect place for an aperitif and nibbles, foie gras, terrine, olives, etc etc. BBQ duck and chestnut sausages! fabulous little roasted potatoes and ...
... roundabout at the Arc De Triumphe. Went into the huge shopping centre next to the Citadines and bought breakfast things. Emily seemed to think my charades attempt to describe Sunflower Seeds was on par with tripping in the street. (Ok. I can live without sunflower seeds. ) Dropped the groceries back in our room and off to one of the restaurants on the roundabout for our first dinner in Paris. Emily ordered ...
... over to the 11th (temp was about 36c) and the bartender told us they weren't super busy that night and we could probably get in at 9:15. So, we had a drink at Le Dauphin next door and waited about 45 minutes before going back. Around 9:20, one of the waiters started to take names for tables. Several couples gave their names before us and then went back next door to wait until a table opened up. Brad asked for a table for three and when the waiter saw Evan ...
... other in strange and wonderful ways. She understands me, knows me in ways others cannot; without the need for me to explain or illustrate. She just gets me, and I her. It was lovely to share that again. And to tear up Paris on a Saturday night! Another friend that visited was a dear friend from my Montelucia days, Celia. She and I connected when she stayed at the resort and I guided her up Camelback mountain. She is a woman of the world, living in Phoenix, New York, ...