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... the French 'I'm sorry' which is 'desole' to 'Des'. Ha ha ha, am I a comedian or what?). That night was a city-wide event called White Night, where there are special performance artists, a lot of musees we're open until 0200 with free admission, etc. it seemed like half the city (1 million people) participated--it was so weird walking around at 1030p with all the sidewalks, cafés, plazas, ...
... with fluid and Omg they are so painful,, It has got to the stage now that I need drugs for them but why oh why did I choose France to finally get something done about it. Alan and I walked into the pharmace and with my very limited Aussie pronounced French and a lot of pointing and the very beautiful pharmace assistant broken English I managed to walk out with two lots of drugs for some relief so bring on no more fat feet. Part of the tour is you that you ...
... loves to watch art films, so he spent a good deal of the afternoon watching crazy art films. We had a break ( beer and macarons this time) before going outside to see the Stravinsky fountain. This was another must see from Evan's Paris book. Only one of the art pieces was moving, but it was still neat to see. Breizh Cafe had been on our hit list since David Leibovitz raved about their buckwheat crepes, known as galettes. However, we read that you NEEDED reservations ...
... and just had a most brilliant time. But the best was yet to come .... Biagio and Ruben took us on a bit of a tour about Paris and we had the music cranking in the bus with much singing and laughter, it was so much fun. To really top off our night was that Paris was celebrating the 'Fete de la Musique', which is an annual music festival held on the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. The aim of the festival is to have music everywhere ...
... Chapelle to hear a classical music concert of Vivaldis four seasons. Not everyones cup of tea, but what a setting.
It is that cold that I ended up at the shops in search of something warm to wear. Found lots of great shops with really expensive stuff but finally found a cheap jacket to do the job. Hope it warms up in the next couple of days. Brrrr.