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... when it is raining? Shop of course. Al found "a dream come true" when we stumbled across a massive Kookai store. My dreams were much more easily achieved, on almost every street. Pastries, chocolates, sweets, everywhere! Ha-ha!
We visited the Musée du Parfum. We stumbled across a wonderful cafe called Le Pain Quotidien. We got saturated as we huddled under an umbrella when the heavens decided to open up.
... and was not helpful. A few questions later, walk further up the road looking for a taxi or brave the Metro? Brave the Metro it was! We studied the map, took the line 4 to Concorde then swapped to line 1 to head to Hotel de Ville. A few nervous moments with drunks & seedy looking characters, but back at Mat & Lea’s after the short walk from Hotel de Ville with no probs at all. Lea had left us some yummy quiche, we were grateful for that. A late night after a great long ...
... I did the marathon. It has been a very rewarding experience for all the training and early mornings I have had to put in over the last six months. But mostly, thank you to my amazing family and the sacrifices they have had to make too with me away training for hours each week and putting up with me being tired and always encouraging me and being there for me. I couldn't have done it without them. I love you Paul, Alexa and Eva. xxx PS. You did well if you read to the ...
... out and writing tickets. Damn, we thought, another ticket. If only it was just another ticket!! As well as police officers writing out tickets, there were tows truck as well hauling away cars - including ours! Apparently the Champs Elysees is the one area in Paris where they vigorously enforce the parking rules!! Thankfully the place they towed the car to was an underground car park up near the Arc De Triomphe, about ...
... eerie but beautiful.
I adored the work of Eugene Delatre, who was one of the most skilled colour printmakers of his generation.
Google images doesn’t do him any justice though!
I went back up to the courtyard where lots of artists were
selling paintings and doing portraits. I sought out someone I had seen drawing
earlier in the day. His name was Basil and he has a very architectural style,
and drew with ...