At a cafe named L’Assosoir, we each had a glass of Bordeaux.  There was a glass divider separating two halves of the restaurant outside.  There was foliage on one side of the divider.  I could see a man who reminded me of Pete Campbell sitting with a pretty woman.

When he got up, he put on a blazer.

Afterwards, we asked for the time from someone whose watch was broken and then we had to choose between two crepe places. We went with the cheaper one.  It did taste like a cheap crepe, it was great.  Then we went to Monoprix.  Over the Monoprix was an apartment building and in three of the apartments there were exposed wood beams.

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