Hilton Paris Orly Airport
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... cave below - turns out there is a small jazz festival going on now and the group playing were all part of this! The venue is really small and as you can see, cozy and really, a cave! Great jazz - called Auteur de Midi - et Minuit. Great way to cap off our experience at Le Fête des Vendanges in Montmartre! And on that harvest note, thanks for following our adventures in Paris, and have a great Canadian Thanksgiving - we are planning roast chicken, pasta and veggies - ...
... drawings of Abel Pann. Created during the First World War, they depict the persecution of theJews by the Germans, something which was to be repeated with even greater ferocity some 30 years later.
By then it was pretty close to Happy Hour, so we wended our way back to the hotel.
For our final night in Paris we decided to lash out on a decent, and relatively authentic French meal at a nearby restaurant which had been recommended to us. We certainly weren't ...
Another slow rise this morning. Our first stop was to a pharmacy. That's probably the most difficulty I'll have with communication this trip. Thankfully I've had a lot of practice using lady bit hand gestures. I was overwhelmed with excitement when she finally figured out what I was asking for. My face was so flushed. I just kept saying thank you and bowing like a FOB. Talk about showing my true colours. The King had gone ...
... perfectly elegant. I only looked around half of the building at the free permanent collection, but that took me two hours and I couldn't have walked another two hours to see the rest of it, even if I had wanted to.
The photos I took give an indication of the variety and quality of the artpieces being shown in this amazing building. The next time I come back to Paris I really would like to go crazy and blow $50 on having a long boozy lunch in the Petite Palais ...
... we had to queue up to get in, waiting for other people to leave before we could enter. It was a cute little place, with quite a large second hand section but a really good new section; it looked like any good independent bookstore from Melbourne. The books themselves therefore weren't overly interesting, but some interesting people worked there, like an American girl who didn't look a day over twenty who kept getting Italian and French mixed up (me) or a ...