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Thinking I was within two hours of Paris, I spent the surprisingly hot and sunny morning drying out everything and generally trying to recover from the persistent rains.
It turned out that getting into the center of Paris was very challenging and I didn't reach it until around 5pm. This involved crossing many major highways, cycling through lots of suburbs and on ...
... as I entered the shop!!
BHV is an old department store which traditionally had bargain prices. These days, it seems like any other large city department store-except that it has a basement hardware department which drew Gary like a magnet. Here, he found Parisian style house numbers for Magnolia Avenue: 1328.
Le Baron Rouge
Not far from the very lively Saturday market at Place d’Aligre where our favorite ...
... I don't mind art and find this part of the museum more to my liking and Melissa is of the same thinking.
For my take on Art...... is that it reflects the time and era, a snap shot of life, and the question I ask myself what was the artist thinking or trying to capture, for what it's worth the Art here reflects some of the drama and angst in the people and scenes it depicts.... A kind of desperate take on life for the times.....in saying this there ...
After our nice little nap Mak and I made reservations for
dinner at a restaurant that was recommended to us. We didn't eat till
9:00pm, which is the French way, and it was packed. The food was amazing, I had
the sirloin (odd for me I know) and Mak had the chicken. For desert we had
their famous cake, it was a sponge cake with whip cream that ...
... seems to have hired them for some event as there are large intrusive marquees in part of the garden which is a bit of a pity. Apparently this museum is one of Paris's few non state funded galleries (if you search 'list of Paris museums' in Google, you will be astonished at just how many there are...if they are most of them State funded, the mind boggles how much the French government must spend in a year). There is a cafe in the gardens, where I had a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Charma Paris
Hotel is on the edge of the city. Clean and comfortable but away from centre.
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