De Vigny Hotel
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... medium that women were able to break into and excel early on because there was no need for exorbitant amounts of money or social standing to be a success. There was some really incredible photographs but I won’t inundate you with a bunch. I’ll just put my three favorites: Chateau de Franqueville pres Rouen by Mme Breton (pic 4), An Angel Unwinged by Your Desire by Julia Margaret Cameron (pic 5), and The Double Star by Julia Margaret Cameron (pic 6).
... view over the Palais Garnier and then went onto the roof for 10 minutes to enjoy panoramic views of Paris.
The heat drove us underground again and we popped up on the Champs-Elysees. We had a quick look up and down the avenue. Magnificent, as always, but far too hot to promenade. We ducked into a store to get out of the heat and as luck would have it, from Anita's point of view, it was Tiffany & Co at 62 Champs-Elysees. The store has only been at ...
... wind. I suppose the vast numbers of smokers is mostly the reason the outdoor seating continues. Aside from the second hand smoke, we haven't felt any pollution. In fact, we see many special car parking spaces for electric cars to plug in. Also, my family is laughing at my fascination with the large recycling containers found on the sidewalks. They look like giant (6 feet or taller) plastic barrels with several holes cut out to shove your recyclable items through the rubber, pie ...
Temps. in Paris dropped a lot Sunday. Fall is officially here.
There was time for a walk down rue Saint-Sulpice to look at store windows. St. Sulpice is a street in the 6e arrondissement that borders Eglise Saint-Sulpice. It's a nice shopping street filled with upscale boutiques. Here are photos of the store ...
... to keep checking the map on my phone to get my bearings. We got off the boat at Le Louvre and walked though the gardens to find a lovely café for a late lunch. Was an awesome afternoon walking though the streets of Paris.
Unfortunately we unwisely decided to get a cab to the Eiffel for dinner. The lady at the hotel recommended it....We should have walked or got the train. ...