Paris Streets are full of interesting sites, sidewalk cafes, flower stands and sidewalk urinals for men right on the sidewalks - little round huts of tin with no roof. They are shoulder high and open from the knee down with a little hole in the sidewalk. Men can just go right in whenever they feel the urge.
We went to the Arch de Triumph, in the center of the Place D’Estoile where 12 streets come togeher. From the arch, is the ritzy Champs Elysse which runs all the way down to the Place de la Concorde. Then to the Tuilleries Gardens to the Jeu de Paume Museum of Impressionists, Picasso Gaugain, Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Renoir, then we walked over to the Left Bank and down the length of St Germain to Aux Deuz Magot Café (Café of the 2 Maggots) to see the café which is noted as the meeting place of Jean Paul Sartres and the Existentialists.
Tonight three guys from the base at Orleans came up. We all went to the Cirque with trapeze, elephants, tigers, etc. Only one ring but really good acts and lots of fun to see - even dancing horses. Back on the left Bank we tried three or four jazz spots and clubs but all were too crowded to get in. We went to Mont Parnasse on Left Bank and stopped in several night spots for a beer and music. We sauntered home at 3 am, on still crowded, lively streets of Paris