Tuesday, July 17, 2007

A little treat


If you're not traveling on a budget and want a little treat while you're in Paris, well here is a way to spend your money! Drop your car right there, ask the voiturier (valet) to park it for you then start with an aperitif in the British atmosphere of the Westminster hotel Duke's bar then change for a more oriental scenery and move slowly to Le Celadon, a restaurant that you will not forget...

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  1. You know somebody will ask that, I might as well go ahead and do it... Will they park my Velib bike? :-D

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  2. I love it that you made this a black & white photo, adds a lot of charm to it, although this area is charming enough.
    I wonder if when you left the Velib bikes in Place Vendôme you came across this hotel at rue de La Paix by accident or did you know exactly what you were looking for?

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  3. The black and white with the valet sign highlighted in red and gold is a classy look. Is that your scooter parked across the street in front of that Smartie? :-)

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  4. Oh la la la!!! Yesterday the Place Vendome...and those bikes were on the front page of the NYTimes...and today le Celadon!! Living it up Eric, ehhh?? LOL!!

    I had a friend that worked for Warwick Hotels and we ate there a few years back. It was lovely, but later when I was singing "Autumn Leaves" on the batobus I got sick. I think it was the oysters! When I was singing "Autumn Leaves" somebody asked if I had just made up the song...I wanted to cry! Some folks live in bubbles...or le Celadon..LOL!!

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  5. Eric, how much you wanna bet that when Jack Bauer's in town...he parks his own car! Copy that!

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  6. The more surprising is there's not many cars in this street.

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  7. Would that be the day when I max out my Amex card?

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  8. mmmm....purrr.... this is RIGHT up my street! Sounds positively divine, darling..

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  9. Oh yes well observed, that has got to be Eric´s scooter on the other side of the street. I´ll take the smart car right next to it. I´d sooooo love to have one of these... it fits me perfectly!!!

    Eric don´t you have any friend that owns a smart car and can give me a ride in it so I can feel what´s like being in such a tiny car lol?!!!!

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  10. These French journalists are making a good salary these days, n'est ce pas? The Westminster, Le Celadon, and probably a new suit or two at Stark & Sons across the street. (But where is the arm candy, M. Chevalier?)

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  11. Man Eric, this photo is so beautiful it went straight to being my wallpaper! I mean, I know what a wonderful photographer you are, but this one is simply dee-vine! I'm going to be gushing about this one all day!

    Michael, my brother loved your 24 remark. I admit I don't get it, as I haven't had a chance to ever watch it much.

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  12. I guess your brother is cool then Soosha! At least somebody got it...

    Now we need to set up a new perimeter and download it to my PDA.

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  13. Wednesday, May 12, 2009

    Messages on Paris Daily Photo ~
    You could say I fell in love in Paris.

    I want to thank Eric for not deleting messages I have been leaving on his site. You may have noticed them under comments over the last ten months. These message were written for a very special man that I am in love with that visits this site. Now I know you may all get a kick out of this. Undoubtedly you will make a game of trying to guess who this mystery man is. I will tell you now he a real gentlemen . He will not be the one claiming these message were for him. Paris Daily Photo is a lovely website and wonderful place to fall in love. As we all know love is not always easy and you can not make someone stay in love with you. It is a choice that the heart makes or does not make. Having my heart broken in Paris seems oh so just and right. C'est la vie. Again, I want to thank Eric as only a true Frenchmen can understand love. Since this is my last visit to PDP, please indulge me this final message. I will love you forever S. {KOTL}
    Au revoir ~ Z

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