Pierre Proposes Tips to Beat the Heat
While the last couple of days have been a blessing, I’m guessing the worst heat is yet to come. I remember we used a few tricks when a kid in New Orleans, so I did some Goggling to see if there were any updates. Funny, after all these years, it’s still about the same methods if no AC unit, to wit:
Dancing in Montmartre
I danced in Montmartre! When we got off the funicular that takes you to the top of the hill and right to the steps of Sacre Coeur a man was playing a violin and another danced gracefully by himself. He looked up at me and smiled, motioned for me to join him which I did! Tom remarked later he may have been “a plant” and was in cahoots with the violin player……
Stacey, Tex and Laneil at Guy Savoy
I’m stuffed, but with some of the best and most beautiful food I have ever eaten. Today I had an incredible almost three and a half hour lunch with Tex and her friend Laneil at Michelin starred Restaurant Guy Savoy in the Monnaie de Paris (The Mint) on Quai de Conti in the 6th.
Uber, uber alles and Paris au Flaneur
Robert, Nancy, Madeleine and Benjamin boarded their Uber car headed for SFO. Jeff, the friendly driver, inquired as to their destination and they replied:”Paris.” To which he said: “My wife just got back from a month in Paris and told me that the highlight of her trip was her meetings with Terrance Gelenter, Your American Friend in Paris.
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