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"Georges" is the work of Dominique Jacob and Brendan McFarlane. Its architecture conforms to the centre's novel structure and is decorated with contoured aluminium sheeting.
...and keeps our attention. Those big pink and green things are giant meringues!
A bar in the Pigalle district. We liked their sign so we ended up avin' a few 'ere.
Abbesses métro (cont.)
A close-up of the stairs.
A close-up of the windows on the Tour Ariane.
A colourful waterfall.
A Dutch commuter train on the next track. This is taken in Schiphol (Amsterdam) Airport's train station as we awaited our train to Bruxelles.
A final shot from Les Egouts.
A final view of Parc du Champ de Mars.
Ahh we made it! Looking south-east down the Champs Elysées towards Place de la Concorde.
Almost at the top of the Arc. F.Y.I...L'Arc de Triomphe is the largest triumphal arch in the world!
Amazingly the roundabout circling L'Arc de Triomphe has no lanes!
A more typical building of the 16th Arrondissement (which is an upper-class residential and commercial district).
A métro train in the Mairie des Lilas métro station.
An art installation on the other side of La Grande Arche.
And down we come...
And from the front the Opéra National de Paris - Palais Garnier.
And that's Paris! Here's a parting shot of our hotel room. Au revoir et à la prochaine mon Paris!
Andy Warhol's "Ten Lizes."
An easterly view of a left-bank neighbourhood.