Hotel St. Georges Lafayette
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... its going to be warmer than anticipated in Barcelona and Rome. Tess you asked about the Xmas decorations and lights. Yes very pretty and very special. Im posting but a few pics here as they have to come from my phone. I have many more on the camera. However the phone I believe takes better pics. Im a duelling photo grapher with using both devices cos I won't really know what they look like til I see them on the big screen. Paris is most certainly beguiling and today...tiring. ...
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