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... who then throw the keys to the locks into the Seine to seal their love forever. We successfully placed our lock (a gift from Mike and Lou's friends Marcel and Sharon) and though we did drop and lose one of the keys in the process we did at least manage to toss the other in the river, so our love should be sufficiently declared... Next we crossed the street to Shakespeare & Company, beloved bookstore of 20s expat-writers Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Joyce, and Stein. ...
... only arrived 2.5 hours late in Paris. Catherine & I went for a walk along the Champs Elysees, taking in the wonderful atmosphere, perfect weather, & the most spectacular Arc De Triomphe, the Place De La Concorde, Louvre, gardens & glimpses of the Eiffel Tower. A grande cornet gelato cooled me down on the way, but I spent so much of my ...
... down impossibly narrow lanes. Fading fast, we grabbed a coffee at a street cafe and watched the world walk by for (probably) the last time.
We have been reflecting one street names - another way to be immortalised is through a street name - Boulevard Richard Lenoir sounds grand, as does Voltaire Boulevard. Rue Guy Losage and Rue Jean d'Arc also sound impressive. So if we can't get a statue (or at a minimum a bust) of ourselves ...
... on the windows to enjoy them, as that is about all I took. Eventually, I've wandered for hours and need some food, so find a cafe that does pizza and sit inside, but I'm at a table for four, so the waiter asks me to move to the table just vacated next to me. "The dirty one?", I ask. He cleans it, and hates me for the rest of the day. The pizza is huge and quite tasty. I'm facing a cute square, right behind the Pompidou centre, so people watching is ...
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A quick freshen up and we were off to the concert we had booked at St Ephrem. It was totally different to what we had expected, being a tiny orthodox church in the midst of a residential area. Rather than the small orchestra we'd anticipated, it was a solo pianist who played to us and about fifty others. The program was Beethoven, Satie and Liszt and the whole experience captivated us. Beautiful music in a ...