InterContinental Paris-Avenue Marceau
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... rows of large granite and marble structures have aged over the centuries to a dark grey heaviness below. Above, the vivid springtime leaves on the trees bring refreshment. We put a stone and Lily of the Valley on our dear friend Georgia's memorial tree and cried a bit.
The local market area is a block long collection of specialty shops right around the corner. No cavernous supermarkets here. If you need apples, ...
... stop at a local grocery store to buy some basic items for the apartment. After finally moving in to our place, Dee and my cousin Reenie more or less collapsed, pretty much exhausted, so little else was accomplished today except for some unpacking.
But it's great to be back in Paris again, and the weather (at least today) was gorgeous. We'll try recharging our batteries overnight, and then go at it in earnest ...
... And climb we did. Waiting in line, we chowed down on a Nutella crepe and a nice cup of hot chocolate from one of numerous albeit touristy kiosks across the road. A welcome respite as we were in her shadow with the cold winter wind funneling down the road.
Climbing the tower isn't a difficult affair but one that would probably make a Vertigo sufferer think twice before attempting. Do it however, and you would be treated to a panoramic view of ...
... sourviner and I doubt I will find anything as good or better than this one! It's a drawing that starts off as an Elephant and turns into the Eiffel tower! For those that don't know (Im sure there aren't that many out there) I absolutely love Elephants and anything to with them. When we both saw it we both exclaimed that I had to get it, the artist also 'gave me' a drawing of a lion turning into the Arc de Triomph which is just as good but not better than my elephant.
... s program has them playing Schubert's Der Tod und das Mädchen, as well as the slightly lesser known Quartettsatz; another option would have been to see the performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons scheduled later in the same space, but i opted instead for the works that i have not heard approximatively eight gazillion times in my life. From the very first bars of Quartettsatz, i am happy with my choice; chills run up my spine as the quartet's music fills the magical ...
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