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Monday, July 27, 2020
Week 5 - Paris in July
I know I had a few other big post ideas for Paris in July, but I think I will need to post them as Paris in July Encore! maybe in August.
During the 'lockdown' globally, many of us turned to 'virtual' experiences. I thoroughly enjoyed a classical guitar concept from my back deck one sunday afternoon. I joined online market events to support my local artists, and I went to virtual events help by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
So this week I dont have a music clip to share, but I do want to encourage you to visit this post, Solo Sophie has compiled what I was intending to do, and that is a collection of virtual tours you can do in Paris. I've done the Musee D'Osay just this morning before breakfast - what a treat!
So here's the last week of Paris in July 2020 - and I do promise to post a celebratory wrap up at the end because this has, indeed, been a year to celebrate our online community. Thank you for participating, and I cant wait to see what this week has in store!
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I'm glad there is another week! Thanks, Tamara!
Thanks for the virtual Paris link. Great to see favorite sights as well as new ones for me.
An encore in August would be great! Just one more link-up list for people who didn't finish in July. You have done a great thing by organizing another Paris in July this year, and I think a lot of us have found it a very satisfying escape from tedious circumstances!
I'd love to see your as-yet unfulfilled posts.
be well... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
I was intending to do a virtual Paris tour too, but never got to it, so I am glad that someone did it!
Definitely entertaining the idea of an encore...
My Paris in July wrap-up is now live, and it includes the books that I've learned about from the other participants this month. Thank you to everyone, especially to Tamara for hosting!
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