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... or suede fringes!!! EVERYWHERE!!! And I mean EVERYWHERE!!! I am sure that someone wants to be the first with a suede fringed (to almost the ankles) handbag. Any takers??
Actually, my very favourite fashion look was the really pretty young thing, with the most beautiful really, really high, gold stiletto heels, riding her bicycle. This was somewhere in Paris!!!! A really great look! Can't decide if it was the competent way that she rode her bicycle, ...
... and was built from 1875-1914. Still, it is a stunning Basillica and definitely worth the trek to Montmarte!
After visiting Sacre Couer, we meandered through the central art district of Montmarte where tourist shops, cafes, and street artists abound. Artists by the handfuls stand ready and willing to do a quick caricature of you, while other artists sit at stalls hoping to sell some of their artwork.
Reeling from our long ...
... visitors, especially those from countries where personal space is not a concept they understand!
After a lovely 3 hours that filled us in on the building's history as well as highlights of artworks that we missed last time we tried to do it ourselves, we left the amazing paintings and sculptures and hopped onto a huge double decker bus (with over 80 on the ...
... then to the signpost that says 'Sacre Couer up here'....up a million steps!! I look around for an alternative way but none are immediately obvious :-( (I later discover there was.....) anyway, up I go :-) reach the top and catch my breath only to have it taken away again by the beauty of Sacre Couer.
Quick history info - it was built between 1875 and1914 on the 'hill of the martyrs' (Montmartre) which was the place where Saint Denis, the first bishop of ...
... and then discussing in French their qualities certanly tested us both.By the finish we'd had our fill of cheese and wine and to think we could forego dinner, what a silly mistake. Passing St Sulpice on the walk home there was a fair advertising ski resorts in the south with snow filled tracks for kids to ski, tents with food and wine, and mini slides to excite the interest. It was so calm and wintry so we stopped for a couple of glasses of wine and then a roast chicken to take ...