“Paris Days...Much to See and Do”
I would often be up and sitting at the breakfast table by 6 am. Paris only seemed to start to quiet down around 2 am ,and then began to resume it's daily rhythm by 7am.
Following a cup of coffee, and some baguette with apricot confiture, my days usually started early...partly because I was looking forward to seeing new things, and the extreme heat and humidity didn't let me sleep too well.
Joe had a good classical music collection, so I would always be playing albums to soothe my soul and break the silence.
It was extremely hot and humid once again...about 32 degrees celsius, the air was white and very little breeze stirred the trees.
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Evocative and soulful writing about an experience most people only dream about. It's as though your reader is there with you along for the journey.
My father introduced me to Chopin when I was little, through the works of pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy. It always stirs me; Ashkenazy has the purest, most miraculous piano tone I have ever heard. http://www.vladimirashkenazy.com/mediaplayer.php
Well done, Blair and Chris...thanks for this window to your adventures and thoughts.
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