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... and Pigalle. The original Manchester St! Some interesting window displays and Moulin Rouge had quite a queue of people - presumably to buy tickets. We completed our circuit after a Orange Juice and Beer stop and returned to the hotel. We had seen a restaurant near the hotel ( 30 metres ) which had a very appealing menu earlier in our stay but was closed Sunday and Monday but Simon popped along and made a reservation for tonight - Le 23 Clauzel - ...
... crowds we think added to the atmosphere. There were family groups, many so well dressed it added to the pleasantness. The romance of young couples obviously very much in love, the music of the day in our ears and the magnificent rows of trees creating wonderful avenues to stroll down made it very memorable. A highlight was hiring a boat which Jo and Malcolm took turns rowing about the grand canal with Karen on the park taking photo’s.
... and renewed my spirit. The great windows were vast. I don't know that they spoke to me in any particular way that some others had done, but they were really very beautiful. I found the vaulting to be more interesting. Curves and corners overlapping, shading spaces and illuminating others. The outside filtering through windows bringing light into the gloom and revealing the work of the stonemasons of 900 years ago. I rejoined the crowd completing the circuit of the church. I ...
... I shall be far more cautious in the future. For dinner we went out at about 6:30 but the place we were planning to go to didn't start serving until 7 so we wandered around until we found somewhere open. I had duck breast with rice, quite nice, very sweet. Les brought cake with him when he came back so we will have that later for desert. Tomorrow we are going to the perfume museum, the wax museum and somewhere else that I have forgotten but is apparently nearby. Cheers, ...
... ugly) metal side-walls. And I would have to say, the effect is fabulous. This is not the real Paris, it’s the dream Paris, where everyone is happily in love (forever, allegedly, locked in by the mythical strength of their padlock). It’s the postcard Paris; with views of Notre Dame, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the full length of the Seine, the Palais de la Justice and hordes of other delusionally romantic visitors.
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