On our last weekend here in Paris, we had a visit from Haydi Hurley and her sister-in-law, Marge Hurley. (Marge and Nigel have the place in Normandy. Speaking of which, we found out that the place we stayed in is NOT their cottage, but a rental they use while rehabbing their place down the road. We hope to see that place one day.). It was Haydi's first trip to Paris. They had been in England and were on their way to Annebecq. We invited them for a light dinner at our place. They made it up the stairs with no problem and were pleased to see the place after following some of the posts on the blog. Judy had made most of the meal from her favorite store, Picard.
After dinner we walked passed Notre Dame and watched the sun setting along the Seine and the lights of Paris appearing
on our way to a concert at the Sainte Chapelle that Marge had organized.
What a great location for an intimate concert of violin and harp. They have concerts there every Sunday night. The sound and ambiance could not be beat.
Afterwards, we strolled through the crowded narrow streets of the 6th Arrondissement on our way back to their hotel. As they had many things to do and see in their brief stay, we planned on meeting back in Walpole to reminisce.