Two little Boston Terrier girls bring their Momo & Mr.Momo to Paris for a long stay. These are the tales of their very fine adventures.
And More from Rue Joubert
This is the view out of our window. It is one corner at the head (or feet?) of Rue Joubert. The street is blocked to through traffic so it is very quiet. And around the corner are many stores of which L&P may not shop because they will spend too much. As will Momo. There are so many Metro stations around us. Almost directly under us is the RER. In Paris there is a huge underground maze of people movers in the form of trains. Just walking through Metro stations is a workout. Who needs a gym here? It is Sunday, and that means, unlike at home, everything is buttoned up tight. Very few stores are open anywhere and very few Brasseries. We were caught by surprise on your first day here which was last Sunday. Sad to say, our first meal in France was very bad pizza. We are making up for it though in pastry by the pound. And now that we know better, we loaded up on goodies for Sunday and have yet to get through the provisions and it is 8PM already. Anyone want a raspberry tart or an extra hunk of great cheese?