Stars Paris Arcueil Hotel
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... de Paris (aka Ferris wheel), and the motorcycles came driving up, ultimately parking right next to me. Well, now! This seems like the perfect way to begin Christmas in Paris! From there, I decided to head for the Christmas market that was set up for two blocks down the Champs-Elysees. Now, let's be honest, this has absolutely no chance of rivaling Germany. How can any other market come close?? I did however, dig right into a ...
... they are off to America. Today was a free day for them and they were enjoying the day like I was. The Palestinean said his whole family lives in New Jersey. I don't think they ever asked me the question they asked me in French. They said goodbye and went on their way. Walking my way out of the garden I saw the Pantheon in the distance.
As with most things in Paris, it is under renovation. Its claim to fame is the Foucault pendulum ...
... before we turned the corner and saw a five-piece band playing a concert while a woman gyrated and danced surrounded by several dozen curious Metro riders watching and tapping feet to the music. In another tunnel, I smelled a curious sweet scent and turned the corner to see a complete fruit stand with cantaloupe, strawberries, watermelon, and other seasonal fruits laid out for sale. A vendor had obviously brought cases and cases of his fruit to the ...
... and the other of evening
prayer in the desert. My photos don’t do them justice at all. They were very
large paintings and the light in them made my eyes screw up.
We went up afterwards to see the Impressionists and got
caught by people looking out of the back of one of the clocks on the top of the
Musee. Both clocks are enormous as the Musee used to be a railway station. And both
... to convey to posterity the tribute paid to the affection he was carrying to a woman who shared with him the burden of his office.
4. Louis Bonaparte (1778–1846), who at the beginning of the empire received the title of grand constable, King of Holland, in 1806. He married Hortense de Beauharnais, the daughter of Josephine.
5. Joseph Bonaparte (1768–1844), who was not invited and did not attend ...