We talked with two sets of women here - two from Canada
our friendly waiter
The afternoon beer/wine/cider break was probably one of the favorite traditions we set up - always good to just sit for a bit, enjoy the people watching and talk over what we had done all day.
So now, we had to negotiate returning home.
We got off near home and went for a visit to Le Phenix - the now closed bar on the site of the bar Dad visited in August or Sept 1944 after the liberation of Paris. At least we walked the street where he must have. We so wished there was still a bar there so we could tell our story and go have a beer for Dad!
Now close to home, we walked back up to Montmartre to find dinner. Judy and I were intrigued by this store - which we figured out is a health food store - or something akin to Whole Foods here in the US but of course on a typical Parisian market size...
Dinner at one of Bill's favorites because it was the cafe in the movie Amelie. - The Café des 2 Moulins is a café in the Montmartre area of Paris, located at the junction of Rue Lepic and Rue Cauchois. It takes its name from the two nearby historical windmills, Moulin Rouge and Moulin de la Galette. It is popular because of its location and the movie Amélie.
Its a 50's decor and a little noisy inside but there was no room outside.
There was live music and good food
and a lot of fun
"sharing" chocolate mousse...
poster from the movie