Paris Plage-Paris Beach
After seeing in a cinema on the Champs Elysées un very no movie, I went back on foot. I wanted to see a place in the sixth. Wedged roughly between the Institute and Saint Germain des Prés, the Furstenberg Street, part of which is shaped like a square, is in the center of Paris, a quiet. Traffic is almost impossible. It is said to be one of the most expensive places in Paris. Delacroix had a studio and the House of Chou (with cream) you can sample excellent pastry.
Down the street the site of the former Abbey of Saint Germain des Pres. The present building dates from the sixteenth century.
After eating my cake with cream I returned to the Seine. I crossed the Pont des Arts. The parapets are covered with padlocks (lover). The vendors of padlocks have many customers among the tourists. Regularly padlocks are removed because there are many. It probably will not improve because the film "Now You See Me," shows this postcard from Paris. I read that most mornings have been stolen.
Back on the right bank, I came across Paris Plage. This is the first time I get to see this if controversy. The beach is rather beautiful. The sand is clean with a nice thickness. Misters and cabins are available. Some play bocce, the city of Paris distributes carbonated water. Everything is there: the sunbed and umbrellas, bathing suits and hats. Children are happy and make pies. It's not crowded and very relaxed. It's certainly better than some ribs. But it lacks the sea. Here the beach, but not swimming.Instead of City Hall transformed into beach volleyball stadium (there are two months it was a tennis court, a skating rink and Christmas).
Tags : france, paris, seine
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