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... When we made it, we read the current exhibitions: Emile Bernard, Renoir, Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso.
We made our way through the Monet section first. It was rather small and was filled with 4.5m long paintings of his famous lily pond. I noticed a few paintings that must have been made when he was becoming colourblind. I had heard before that in his later years he began to get colourblind and ...
... shoes. Scarves are popular here but the nice ones are expensive. Left it a bit late for dinner, good restaurants are full so we are going to another local bistro Brasserie Balzar. Should be fun. Just got back. Finally tagged a typical Paris bistro. Great atmosphere, service and food. Started with champagne and french onion soup (separately of course). M had crab avocado then roast chicken. I had chateaubriand with hollandaise sauce - ...
... grand boulevards and winding through tiny alleys, we walked.
Some of our Paris was the Paris of tourists. We admired the splendid architecture of Nôtre Dame and the view from the terrace of Sacré Coeur - though long line-ups discouraged us from entering the former and we stubbornly climbed the 220 steps to the latter rather than wimping out on the funicular with the less hardy souls. (Hey, we may be over 60 - but we're still 17 ...
... movies and it's hard to find a theater that is willing to play movies in English. Since we couldn't find an English-speaking movie nearby and since it was still raining, we ended up back at the apartment to watch a movie we had purchased on my iPad before leaving ("Despicable Me 2"). I brought an iPad-HDMI cable with me on the trip so that we could play iPad movies on a regular TV, and that certainly came in handy on that rainy Paris afternoon. ...
... This was something left over from our last visit so had become a bit of a priority. Wow, did we ever get our money's worth. It was extravagance on a huge scale and so opulent. It opens your eyes to a whole different world and helps to motivate me to do more and see more. Maybe this is why we plodded home at 11.30 pm after 23,546 steps and had dinner at a nearby cafe. We were pretty bushed but it is still not dark at 9.30pm. I hope my photos ...