Thursday, January 15, 2009

Smitten


“If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” -- Ernest Hemingway

The gushing stories and some of the 565-plus photos in a bit. Lemme de-ice myself and hit the sack first. The forecast was wrong. It wasn't negative 2 degrees Celsius, it was negative 8. Still, Papa Hemingway, you're da man.

4 comments:

FrRoy said...

When in Paris, never look down, kesyo -8 pa 'yan. Do visit Sacre Coeur and descend to Moulin Rogue. Then we'll compare notes. Enjoy!

gibbs cadiz said...

FR. ROY! i did go to montmartre, visited the sacre coeur, dawdled in front of moulin rouge, visited the art park behind the church. laaavit! :)

beektur said...

Did you trace the Rose Line? Haha. Did you go Shakespeare & Co? Smelt the stale air that were once inhaled and exhaled by great writers of many generations? What the story, Sorsogon's glory?

gibbs cadiz said...

BEEKTUR, i went to the louvre, montmartre, all around paris, and mont saint michel in brittany, which to me was the highlight of the 5-day hectic trip. i intend to go back for a more leisurely appraisal of the city before i die. haha. join me then? :)

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