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I’m sure I would enjoy it. Busy busy busy all the time. Is this artist area the one we talked about close to Opera Bastille ? Now I need to study French – quick! Air is clean, traffic is not bad, we can walk again and there are lots and lots of coffeeshops! I subscribe to a few about Paris, but yours truly transports me back to Paris. Tu n’as pas écrit beaucoup cette fois-ci! I can’t say which looks the best as they are all good to see.
Smoking is one of those things that will catch up with you. Shortness of breath is the beginning of trouble and ends with using oxygen just to sleep or with a little exertion. I wish you good luck in life and I hope you have better luck in quitting someday. Si en plus il y a des horaires d’ouverture ! Sometimes I would prefer to visit less touristy site. I’ve tried to remember have you been posting about any flea markets in Paris? I remember one big, when I was there ages ago. And then, sometimes, it would be lovely to look at shops that sell artist’s stuff: paints, brushes, canvases, everything! I know there is one very old shop of that kind, but I can’t remember the name!
Je préfère la roquette en salade! Yes, I also appreciated meeting you and some other old and and new friends! I don’t know if it’s specifically “artist”, but you may add the area to your list! It seems that you are perfectly happy with the change! Il faudrait qu’on trouve une autre restaurant, je crois! As you have been around a few times, next time try the not touristy places! I made a post about the St. I will do something about your wish! It is now on THE LIST! It contains similar posts as this one, basically talking about different well known or more secrete sites in Paris.