A whole day of sightseeing! Details of my outfit and essential cross body bag mode. I’m having to split the day into 2 parts due to all the photos.This little street and others like it were full of curious little shops, signs, window shutters (love!) and pops of brightly coloured flowers. Crockery window display. I love the clean and graphic look. Then retraced my steps from the late afternoon of my first day. The building looked deserted – perfect for snoops with a camera like me! Even the fallen leaves looked so pretty scattered on the cobbles. It started out pretty cloudy in the morning and everyone at the bus stop wore coats but it turned into a very fine day. The whole area was generally very clean with no obvious rubbish around and certainly no dog mess. This time taking in the view over the city. On the right you can see the famous Jet d’Eau, that’s how high up we were. Overall, it reminded me very much of France. Even the road signs and house numbers are exactly the same colour and format. Climbing up another steep hill. I loved this green grocers.It was lunchtime and everyone seemed to be out eating and smoking – I have never seen so many people smoking in public for a very long time, men and women alike! I came across many lovely little chops and this one I had to go in for a closer look – loved the window display. I’d love to wear that big jumper and little flirty skirt combo too! There was a gorgeous little leather jacket I really wanted to try on but they only had the tiny sizes.I snapped this sneakily inside the Kooples shop which was very stylish indeed.Our destination was the Musée d’Arts et Histoire. It was fantastique and I will only show a very few photos from the dozens I took. Grand double staircase entrace complete with red carpet. Silverware.Egyptian collection. Greek and Roman collection. Artefacts and wooden room from a Chateaux. Room decor. Detail of the golden corners. Jewels.
Part II will be about Hermès and Dinner.
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