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Newsletter #60: May 2005

Paris rooftops

* From the Editor *

Paris is having a typically schizophrenic spring, with hot and muggy days that feel like summer being immediately followed by cold, wet and windy days that feel like early winter. No one knows what to wear (layers are ideal), whether to carry an umbrella (good idea), or if flip-flops should be worn before June (hell yeah! just get a pedicure first, merci). The city is still in full bloom, although the magnolias have already passed, and the horse chestnut trees (with the white or red cone-shaped flowers) are dropping their tiny blooms so fast it looks like snow piling up in the gutters. So before I get too busy with the May tours or too lazy with afternoon picnics on the quays of the Seine, thought I’d pop out the – drum roll please — 60th Secrets of Paris Newsletter! And I know I’ve been saying it for months, but I really *am* going to finish the new website so it will be a lot easier to search through the back issues by subject or date, and hop…

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