Campanile Creil Villers Saint Paul
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... can I add that there was a Frenchman- I know this cos he was wearing a beret- sitting next to us who didn't even flinch and try to help, pish posh) lesson 1: don't answer back to these people, cross your arms and walk away We then thought we got lost but our hotel was actually across the road (everything in Paris looks the same) lesson 2: Paris street signs are on buildings, look up! In our ...
... Or at least go window browsing in "Les Grand Magasins"... Printemps and Galleries Lafayette. I introduce Liz to the delights of the views from Printemps rooftop terrace cafe and we marvel at the ever so stylish stock (and prices!) in both stores. But it is now after 6pm and that run through London has caught up with our leg muscles. We hobble through the drizzle back to our room, stopping only to buy a quiche and drink each. Craziest day, cosiest bed, earliest ...
Les préparatifs logisitiques avancent également bien!
Liste du sac à dos: OK
Vaccins : achetés
Anti-moustiques : OK
Sac à viande: OK
Premiers médocs (ah du bon Smecta!) : OK
Pastilles pour purifier l'eau: OK
Permis international : OK
Tee-shirts techniques: OK
Liste au père noël faite: vêtement, netbook, couteau suisse, lampe de poche, trousse de secours, sac à dos...
Bref, un week-end proléfique et productif ...
... down to the lobby and said goodbye to the Hotel Raspail and took a cab to my new home here in Le Marais. I settled in here and worked on my talks and did my email.
Thursday, October 20I took the 91 bus to meet Wendy and go to the market near her house at Place Aligre in the 12th arrondissemant. We bought food for lunch--tuna rillettes, celeri remoulade, fruit and then went back to her apartment so I could work on her father's archive. She ...
... performing pieces from Estonian composers. EK was familiar with Arvo Part, one of the composers, so we went.
Unfortunately, the Part pieces were the only things that were interesting. Erik observed that the sacred music had a beauty to it that was lacking in the secular work. I have to say, I agreed with him on that point. Most of the modern secular pieces harkened to the indigenous voices while modernizing the choral effort ...