Linda and I still out walking .....

It is just amazing how much
we walk when in Paris and
how long it takes (we don't mind at all) , because
we are so busy chatting , looking
up and down and all around!


 

 
 
 
I have not eaten here , but have done a little
research on google , seems everyone who has
been likes it .. 4 stars! Also found this very good
review , thank you Bonjour Paris Website
and as I do like Breton Crepes , I might get a chance to
give it a try one day!!
 

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Can you see the street names etched in the stone ,,
and the change of arrondissement!



Guillaume  Apollinare

He was given the name  Wilhelm Albert Włodzimierz Apolinary Kostrowicki  and after moving to France he adopted the name Guillaume Apollinarie ..He was born a Russian subject in Rome, Italy and raised speaking French, among other languages.
 He  was a French poet, , novelist, and art critic born in Rome,
  His mother was Polish mother. His father is unknown.
 Two years after being wounded in World War I,
he died in the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 at age 38.
His grave is in
Père Lachaise Cemetery
somewhere I still have not been!


Going to leave you with this , stacked high, just imagine being up there.


 
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Comments

  1. I thought you were a great guide in Oxford, I now think you would be a fantastic guide in Paris as well. Lovely post. Keep well Diane xox

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    1. Thank you Diane ,, I try my best .. that is a huge compliment ,, xoxo

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  2. the perfect place to wander....it's a pleasure to get lost xx
    enjoy x

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    1. Thank you Lisa , yes it sure is, I have seen so many fabulous places and walked miles with friends and on my own, xx

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  3. I love wandering through Paris like this, ambling, looking, enjoying all the little details. :-)

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    1. Hi /, Thank you for you comment , oh yes , ambling , like that word and we can do a lot of that in Paris , love it.

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    1. thank you Pat , try my best , might take me a long time to share , but I get there in the end LOL xx

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  5. Hi Anne. I agree, you would be a great guide going around Paris. You always choose a lovely selection of photos for us. Something a little different. Doesn't that little Creperie look delightful?!

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    1. A huge thank you Diane for such a huge compliment ,, I love to choose the best to share , so that you can all see the fabulous Paris ,, yes the creperie looks delightful and the reviews are great too ,, xx

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  6. Oh how I miss Paris! I really MUST try to get back some day.

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    1. Hi Leslie ,, One day I am sure you will be there again , I hope so , maybe we can have a blogger meet up there :-) xx

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  7. Ooh, I went to visit Pere Lachaise when I was 18 and interrailing round Europe...We arrived very early in the morning and of course being 18 year olds headed straight to Jim Morrisons grave where there was already a small crowd. We then jumped om a train to Holland!

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    1. Wow Nicki, an adventure ,, oh yes 18 years olds I can imagine :-) I would love to go to Holland again , and just tour about :-)

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  8. I will try out this place. Have you been to Briezh Cafe in the Marais-they have good Bretagne crepes.

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    1. Hi Esme , No I have not been to Briezh Café , I have only been to one creperie and that is in Montparnasse , amazing , cute place too. thank you for calling here too. :-)

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  9. Some day I will love to walk around Paris with you and Linda and watch you take your beautiful pictures.

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    1. Hi Paulita , I hope we can one day too , wouldn't it be fab :-) to have a blogger meet up and wander all around Paris , take care xo

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  10. I have really enjoyed my recent virtual trips to Paris with you, thankyou. :)

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    1. Thank you so much Linda , I have lots more to show you , just need to get my blogging mojo , ticking again ,, really happy you enjoy my trips xox

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  11. Thank you for the lovely virtual walk, I really enjoyed it!

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    1. Hi Elisa , lots more to see :-) happy you enjoyed this little walk ,

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  12. How fascinating to see the change of arrondissement, and street names etched into the stone. I didn't know that the arrondissements had changed. I haven't been to Pere Lachaise either, I feel it's a big oversight. It is incredible how far you walk in Paris, I took my pedometer last trip, and averaged 25-30,000 steps a day- when at home it's a struggle to get to 15,000, and 20,000 is a big effort. 25,000 in Paris was no effort at all!

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