I like Paris.
I love visiting all of France.
The City of Light is a Perry Preference!
It might surprise a lot of my friends to hear me say Paris is actually a great city to visit.
Note: Paris is not called The City of Lights except by those who know not what it’s called. The rule is to remain singular, not plural, as I’ve shown above.
Note: I’m nothing if not helpful when others need correcting.
This is the Best in Town:
I was thinking today about The Thinker.
We saw him, the acclaimed sculpture, at Paris’s Auguste Rodin Museum. It’s one of the best museums Jayne and I have ever been in. And we’ve been in the best museums in all the world’s major cities.
Tourists in France rarely go to the Auguste Rodin Museum when they visit Paris. What an incredible loss on their part. It’s truly a gem.
But I dig Rodin sculptures. (Who wouldn’t?)
The Thinker, The Kiss, his tribute to Hugo, all are so superb (true).
How Rude is Paris? I Suppose it Depends on You, Not the Parisians
Back to Paris, and all of France: you hear stories about their rudeness and how generally, they hate foreigners (true).
In spite of that, they all liked me. (Who wouldn’t?).
France’s positive response to me meant I was fine with all of them (true).
But even Parisians respect Alpha. (Who wouldn’t?)
One or two of the jerky store and restaurant workers in Paris brought Jayne to tears a time or two (true).
But they all liked me. (Who wouldn’t?)