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Very nice pictures. That's the Georges Pompidou Centre, right?
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Very nice pictures.  That's the Georges Pompidou Centre, right?
yes, the Pompidou. All the art you never want to see.
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but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
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but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
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I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
And you opinion of Jules Verne ernest?
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(drizzt3117 @ Mar. 14 2005,08:03) but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
Thank you, ernest.
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(ernest @ Mar. 14 2005,06:20)
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117,Mar. 14 2005,08:03
but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
Thank you, ernest.
I think I ate there after an excellent André Breton exhibit. I can't remember why I didn't just go out and stroll down to the Marais instead...
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Ernest- Great pictures. Brings back fond memories. I am already thinking about plans for my 5th trip through your wonderful city.
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I just came back from Paris actually. Apart from Paris, I also went up to Normandy and had a ready great time. Stayed at Rouen and drove around quite a bit: Deauville, Honfleur, Caen, Omaha beach, around Pays d'Auge (and brought back some excellent calvados), etc.. I really like your country, Ernest.
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I just came back from Paris actually.  Apart from Paris, I also went up to Normandy and had a ready great time.  Stayed at Rouen and drove around quite a bit: Deauville, Honfleur, Caen, Omaha beach, around Pays d'Auge (and brought back some excellent calvados), etc..  I really like your country, Ernest.
Did you make it to Bayeux, to see the tapestry?
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(johnapril @ Mar. 14 2005,07:55)
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Originally Posted by ernest,Mar. 14 2005,06:20
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117,Mar. 14 2005,08:03
but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
Thank you, ernest.
I think I ate there after an excellent André Breton exhibit.  I can't remember why I didn't just go out and stroll down to the Marais instead...
Are you in Paris as well?
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(drizzt3117 @ Mar. 14 2005,08:03) but the home of a pretty good restaurant (Georges)
I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
I've eaten there twice, I think the food was quite good, the wine list was impressive, and the view was outstanding. It was a bit pricey and there are better places to eat in Paris, at least for the food, but I would recommend trying it if you haven't dined there before and are visiting Paris.
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(ernest @ Mar. 14 2005,06:20) I think that this restaurant in not good = a tourists trap
And you opinion of Jules Verne ernest?
I do not know anything about restaurants. I am used to eat at mac Donald's or chinese small cheap restaurants for 8 euros. I just get wind of that from my girlfriend.
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