Adagio Access Paris La Villette
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... on the tower, unfortunately due to weather conditions we could only get to the 2nd floor, but the views were still spectacular, it was raining off and on, the chill factor very cold. At Christmas time you can skate on the first floor of the tower so Liam and I gave it ago, Rob chickened out. The moment Liam glided onto the ice you would have thought he had done it all his life, he just took off and only fell once, so while Liam was skating up and down, ...
... dimensions that I was trying to put in them. I was learning very much from him but I was not articulate enough to explain it to anyone. Besides it was a secret.
But if the light was gone in the Luxembourg I would walk up through the gardens and stop in at the studio apartment where Gertrude Stein lived at 27 ...
... train driver poked his head out the window and was assailed with a flood of questions from passengers. He did his best but the train was till going nowhere after half a hour or so. A young cluey Spanish guide pointed out that the board showed that all oncoming trains were either delayed or cancelled and advised people to make other plans. "The Rodin gallery is worth seeing" she said. Why the Rodin gallery I wondered? But she was only ...
... from Notre-Dame Cathedral after Dominique Venner, a historian, placed a letter on the Church altar and shot himself. He died immediately.
... to be picked up , which it was.
The customers also were interesting, the French tasting every little piece of food with smacking noises and hand gesticulating , usually with a knife or fork in it. The new comers, like me obviously needling guidance which they were given and a few girls in groups flirting with the waiters. One very garrulous Frenchman had an Asian wife, or girl friend, who did nothing the whole meal except play with her then ...