I’m sitting here thinking about our upcoming trip to Paris next month. We’ll be leaving two days after Thanksgiving. It’ll be another short trip–but it will be for a different reason. It’ll be to attend a film premiere that Bonaparte’s cousin directed.
Still, I can’t stop thinking about that visit last year at this time. I miss Daniele so much. But–I know that her spirit is always with us.
If you are new to the blog, have a read–not only of Part Un–but of the next two parts that follow.
Thank you for reading. I love to share fond memories with you and this is a memory that is always close to my heart!!!!
Hi all. We are back from what was the shortest visit we’ve made to Paris, the circumstances certainly not the best, but I want to tell you about our weekend. I’m dividing this into three parts for your convenience.
I HAD to post this picture of Daniele because I think it is just such a beautiful photo of her.
Thursday evening, we boarded our flight, which, thankfully wasn’t delayed in any way. Because time was of the essence, we only took carryon luggage. We would have no time to waste in collecting baggage once we landed at CDG. We zoomed through customs, I changed into heels and we were off to cab it to Paris Centre.
With traffic being the mess that it is on the way to Paris on a typical weekday morning, it stayed true to form—it crawled! Our plan was to drop our luggage at the hotel…
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