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... amount of steps just to get to the doors. I'm sorry I couldn't get that picture, but I'll never forget what it looked like. Then we jumped on our bus home. We were home by about 3:30 and mother took some more echinacea and jumped into bed. She probably slept for a couple of hours. I think it did her some good. I didn't want to leave France without having crepes, and we saw a restaurant on our walk home, so that's where we ended ...
... pots" for them in our hand luggage, and all arrived in sound condition. Thank God. The exhibition was held at a gallery in the Viaduct des Arts, which is a an old viaduct (train not water) that has been converted into individual galleries. The top of the viaduct, where the train line was, is now a grassed park with walking paths. The exhibition opening was a huge success with 70 or so people there. The exhibition comprised Australian artists (5) and work by French potters. Photos ...
Busy day today, up early, breakfast, etc, then a walk to find the 'big bus'. Took a bit of effort as the map shows SFA. The bus has a new route that covers the Montmartre area and a lot more, so we did that 1st, then went to the bus change over point to do the Paris cities tour. Must have covered most sites. The bus coverage is:
... tea. Jenny had a piece of cheese cake, Susan a lemon tart and I had a strawberry tart with pistachios. We continued walking and window shopping until we staggered home about 7.30pm and managed to drag ourselves downstairs to the pizza place next door for a plate of pasta and a bottle of Rosé. It is such a treat to only have to walk 10 metres to our door and up one flight of stairs to our ...
... for me. After we had brought the shopping home we went for a short walk to the Tourist Information Office, to make some enquiries. It was cloudy but fine, so we enjoyed being out, and we explored some new territory . We came across the Pompidou Centre, which we hadn't realised was so close to home. Everywhere was very busy. We're not sure if that's because it's the weekend, or if it's a permanent state around here. After lunch Wok suggested we go to the Pompidou ...