Back in November, I spent three days on a whirlwind trip to Paris. I was covering the inaugural Air France A380 flight from JFK to Paris and, when not airborne, had just a little time to savor the City of Lights. The ground itinerary was pretty packed but I did manage to squeeze in one lovely afternoon with a couple of Paris-based friends.
On the second day, right after the private tour of The Cartier Collection by Place Vendôme, opened that day just for our small group of journalists, I strolled through this exclusive part of town, all along Rue de Rivoli, past the Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre. It was a typical Paris day – slight drizzle, gray, yet somehow romantic. Right outside Saint-Paul stop of the Metro, in the trendy quarter of Le Marais, I met my friend and talented video artist Renata Poljak.
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