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Travel Blogs from Paris
... you salivating, Miss Georgia!
- The church of St Gervais-St Protais, a less popular tourist stop, right behind Palce des Vosges. Inside there was just us and two nuns sitting at the back listening to a lovely choir rehearse a soaring set of choral works.
- The stained glass windows of Sainte Chapelle build in the Middle Ages by King Louis IX (aka Saint Louis) - over 1000 different scenes depicted that covered ...
We slept late and made some significant strides in getting caught up on our sleep. Pat and I spent the afternoon shopping and stopping for quiche and a glass of lovely french wine for lunch. There are lots of very high-end expensive stores where we 'window shopped' but ...
... remain today.
The food at Pirouette was fantastic - fresh, seasonal ingredients that were packed with flavour. Asparagus & fraise de boise (tiny French strawberries) are in season right now & both were on the menu. We had the ''menu degustation'' or the tasting menu of 6 courses. It was fantastic! We ended the day by stepping out of the restaurant to catch a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower lit ...
... behind another vehicle parked on the side of the Avenue, turned our hazard light on to say "Won't be long, just gone inside to do something." Inside they told us that before we could claim the tax back we had to get the docket stamped at a border customs office. Great, that means when we fly out from Geneva. An hour wasted.
When we got back outside we noticed a number of police wandering up and down the street ...
... tour. He showed us the Moulin Rouge, the
back streets and shops of Montmartre, where the impressionist movement started,
artists’ studios (apparently only ‘real’ artists have studios facing North so
the light is constant all day), Amelie’s café, Montmartre’s little vineyard, the
hidden views of Sacre Coeur and French singer Dalida’s home and statue (it’s
good luck to ...