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... on the edge of the Champs-Élysées that made crêpes. There were about 10 people in line and I patiently waited while watching each person in front of me walk away with a mouth-watering crêpe. Finally it was my turn. C'est magnifique!
I walked down the Champs-Élysées on my way to the Arc de Triomphe. The Champs-Élysées is one of Paris' major streets and is filled with shops and restaurants. I did some window shopping and then arrived at the Arc.
... warm day - short sleeves today -which meant there were lots of people out and about. The tower itself really is an amazing spectacle and the views from the top show all of Paris for as far as the eye can see. We finished the day with Macaroons bought from our local patisserie. As I write, it's 7:00pm and the sun is still high in the sky. ...
... how many 'things' he needed to create each day of his working life (he didn't start being an artist until he was in his 20s) but it was too difficult! But I came to the conclusion he didn't spend an idle minute at any time of his life! Given my fascination with Monet, we also headed to the Musee De L'Orangerie which has a vestibule created to house eight huge Monet paintings of water lilies and gardens from his home at Giverney. The eight paintings show the passing of the ...
Yet another stunningly glorious Paris day - sunny and mid 20's. The weather gods have been mightily kind this trip. So much so in fact that I committed the greatest of French fashion faux-pas - I wore shorts (gasp!). Oh the humiliation of being the only grown male in Paris dressed like a boy. Fortunately the French don't give a frog's leg about anyone but themselves so I think I may have got away with ...
... centre of the Paris's star or Etiole.
The arch also marks the entrance to one of the most famous streets in the world, The Champs Elysees.
Although I have a memory of Champs as a street filled with high end fashion with even the car lights sparkling like diamonds and rubies it would seem that this has changed dramatically. The street now boasts a multitude of fast food outlets and middle market shopping, packed with gawkers and hawkers it doesn't have any ...