Category Archives: Paris

Paul Klee Exhibit Irony at Work Centre Pompidou Paris

Over three days at the end of June, Therese and I traveled a great distance: first from Veliko Turnovo to Sofia, Bulgaria by bus; then from Sofia to Paris, France by plane; and then finally, by train from Paris to … Continue reading

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Sunday in Paris at Eiffel Tower and Musee d’Orsay

A very successful first day in Paris with our friend Faith lead smoothly into a second day, finishing up the weekend and filling in some more blanks in the beginning of our friend’s exposure to France. We left our comfortable … Continue reading

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Sainte Chapelle Hidden Gem on Paris’s Île de la Cité

If you don’t know where Sainte-Chapelle is, you might not find it.  I’m sure there are many people who visit Paris, prowl all around the Île de la Cité and never notice it’s there.  And there is a good reason for … Continue reading

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Notre Dame and Sainte Chappelle on Faith’s First Day in Paris

After two weeks in the comparative quite and slow pace of Rouen, it was a bit jarring at first to be back in Paris.  But being there to meet our friend Faith, to introduce her to the city at the … Continue reading

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Gare Rive Droite Rouen Our Gateway to Paris and Bayeux

None of us travel with the idea of getting to be experts on the airports and train stations. But the fact is that knowing your way around those places can make your travel time go smoother, and thus take a … Continue reading

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France and Bulgaria Month-long Vacation Overview

It’s been a while, I know.  We were on vacation for a whole month, and between the preparation before, the vacation itself, and the recovery time after (jet lag, ugh), I have been out of the habit of regular blogging … Continue reading

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Un Monde Vegan Sells Paris Products Cruelty and Dairy Free

The only way to follow up a fabulous morning at the Musee Jacquemart-Andre was to take the metro to the Strasbourg-St. Denis stop and walk the couple blocks to Un Monde Vegan, Paris’s premiere purveyor of packaged vegan food products. … Continue reading

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