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... s tired of. "When you grow up in the country, you can hardly wait to leave, but then you miss it." After our lunch we climbed the remaining steps to the church. The steps themselves were thronged with people sitting on them, soaking in the sun and looking out on the city sprawled below. We threaded our way through them and into the church. I think this is the prettiest church we've been in all month! Many side chapels, each with an altar and a theme; a soaring central dome, with ...
... for rest & quiet time before heading to a restaurant around the corner for tea, lovely meal & good service. When we got back dad checked the TV again for an English speaking station & was most excited when he found a news channel. Not long after we headed to bed & here endith day 4 in Paris. Saturday 20th. We have had a quiet breakfast in the apartment, put on a load of washing & then Vern, Bron & Col have headed to an Art gallery near ...
... its influence, with art, fashion and technology. They haven't forgotten the good old days. And apparently they were quite good. Paris was the party town, with theatres, restaurants, night clubs etc. It was quite hedonistic. With the age of invention came photography, and the parisians invented porn...yes there was a display, pretty tame by todays standards, but they were rocking the Brazilian back then. Dont ask me what was going on at the Grand Palace, it ...
Surprise we didn't wake till 11am, I don't think I have ever slept so late. We stepped out onto our amazing street and walked up to a bakery called Paul. What to choose? everything looked great. The pastries were delicious. We decided this would be a shopping day. Stuart shops better than me. He bought two pairs of shoes, a leather belt and to top it off ...
... and the place was hopping! Not a spot to be found!, We were really sorry we had just had breakfast! Definitely wouldn't go over well with the EHOs back at home We went by along to Ave Republic to Blvd Richard Lenoir which is a wide tree lined blvd which eventually leads to Canal St Martin. We eventually found Rest Astier and Jeanne A both on Rue JP Timaud.....both were closing for the afternoon ...