Fezzik In Paris

Two Americans, three cats, and too many places named "de Gaulle"

Last weekend’s (in my defense, it’s been a rough week) wanderings around le marais were particularly productive from the standpoint of checking things off of The List: we saw église Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis, hit an exhibit about a forgotten wildlife painter at musée Cognacq-Jay, saw a surprisingly interesting exhibit at the galerie des bibliothèques de la Ville de Paris, walked around place des Vosges, and took a quick look (as that’s really all one can do) at hôtel Sens. Our excursion ended with redemptive (for the restaurant) and restful (we were cold and tired, and sitting in the window was quite pleasant) trip to Léon, where the moules were once more large and tasty.

It’s probable that the most productive thing that we did this weekend was run a few errands at the ever-exciting Beaugrenelle mall, though productivity is often a poor indicator of enjoyment, and I wouldn’t trade yesterday’s leisurely beginning for anything.

 

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