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August 15, 2011

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Virginia

Oh I love the redo. I"m sure the touch screen is an improvement but I'm sure I can still get turned around! HA

Jean(ne) P in MN

Very elegant and techy. Agree that getting lost or turned around happens to us all. More Metro, please Richard.

Chezbonnefemme

At first I was kind of sad...it's all so techno and modern, and I loved the old tiled Metro stations. But then I realized, this is what makes Paris so fantastic. The city is not a museum to the past, but mixes past and present so beautifully at every turn. Thanks for sharing this!

Sharon

Thank you for taking these photos Richard. I was horrified when I first took a Metro at this stop this past winter. Glad that the French Govt cleaned it up so beautifully, elegantly and wonderfully.

ROSEMARY

how cool is that! another reason why we all prefer Paris. . .
what a beautiful metro station, I hope they will make them all like that. Wonder if they fixed the torturous labyrinth one had to navigate before at FDR?

Marilyn


Our friend Mireille lives close to this station, so it is the one we use most frequently when we are in Paris. Thanks for this blog post. It did need a bit of a clean up .... Didn’t it .... Especially for so nice an area.

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