|Rome metro entrance looking towards Sacre Coeur. The market is beyond the pleasant patch of low maintenance greenery|
|Batignolles Marche Biologique|
The market contains the usual range of stalls but the quality appears to be very good (fish, meat, cheese, fruit, vegetables, breads etc.) A vast collection of carpets were available and the carpet seller also repaired chairs. Skin care products were much in evidence and there was even a man selling those special tools that do wonders at cutting vegetables and fruit. They always do so well in the demonstrators hands but purchasers find them not so easy.
|Place de Clichy|
We then walked to the Place de Clichy and down the rue d'Amsterdam to Saint-Lazare.
|This was the first 170xxx series electric I have seen in Saint-Lazare on this trip.. They have mostly been displaced by the new electric multiple unit trains.|
We walked along to the theatre on rue du Rocher to buy tickets for a performance next Wednesday. The small back streets always seem to contain something of interest.
|This apartment had four Sabntas|
|Interesting brick and tile work|
|The bakery at the top end of the rue de Levis had a lot of decorations over its awning.|
|I won the "feve" this year. A ceramic "feve" is hidden in each Gateau du Roi. I found it without breaking a tooth as well.|
We had intended to walk over to the Arc de Triomphe to see the Christmas lights on the Champs Elysees but it started to rain so we will try again tomorrow.