Saturday, May 26, 2018

Chaillot sky

After my stroll through the museum, I walked around the back side of the Palais de Chaillot and down toward the river. I hadn't been on the grounds in a long time and it was a nice walk.

A portion of the back side of the Palais de Chaillot.

I started thinking about lunch, and I had a small errand to run, so I headed toward the Bir-Hakeim bridge a little farther downstream to cross over to the Left Bank. As I passed an apartment building along the way, two well-dressed young women came out the front door. As they turned to head down the street, I heard one say to the other, "Bon ben, excuse-moi" (okay then, I'm sorry). The other replied sharply, "Je n'accepte pas tes excuses" (I do not accept your apology). They moved on rather quickly and out of earshot. A snippet of real life on the street.

4 comments:

  1. Let's make up stories about what she did that was unforgivable...

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  2. At least the second one wasn't unforgiving enough not to use "tu", so there's that.

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