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Newsletter - Paris, August 1st.

Dear Friend,

While reading this PML's gazette, you are probably enjoying Summer. Here after are some suggestions about what to see and where to eat on the French Riviera.
Also, I’d love to share a few ideas for September and October on the Riviera , Paris and its area. Please, do not miss our terrific offer at the end of the gazette. I hope you will enjoy the reading as much as I enjoyed the writing.
A few years ago, I discovered Van Dongen, at the Annunciade Museum in Saint Tropez; this special place was and is a real shock to me.
This Fauvist painter has brought a lot of instinct, violence and eroticism to humans’ portraits which remained till the end his main attraction. I was fascinated by the lush colors he was using without any shyness, only slightly exaggerating the make up colors of his first models: clowns and girls of little virtue. After World War II, he retired to Monaco. It is there that you have the opportunity to discover this original painter in the Musee National de Monaco, 4 Quai Antoine from 1st till September 7th every afternoon from 12.00 till 19.00.
Also in Monaco and worth seeing: a very good exhibition around the Queens of Egypt. And if you want to enjoy the best of Ducasse, while celebrating your big win at the Casino, you will have the meal of the summer at "Le Louis Quinze".

In Antibes, The Picasso Museum just completed their renovations, one more reason to go and enjoy something like 250 pieces (gorgeous ceramics among them) of the artist. (Note:  The Museum is closed on Monday). This is an easy and funny way to approach art for children discovering some art pieces of this "touche a tout" artist.

A few villas away from the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat, stands the Villa Ephrussi, also named Villa Ile de France, created by the Baronne of Rotschild, during the Belle Époque time. The villa, a superb palazzo offers a rich collection of furniture, (gorgeous 18th century items).

The garden is divided into 9 parts celebrating 9 aspects of gardens all over the world. The sea, the sky, the bay of Villefranche , are more than a nice beginning and if you add the statues of Nathalie Decoster and some lyric songs, it becomes a real must for visitors. (Check their web site for dates).

In Nice, any artists have been working using windows as a motive. The frame of the paintings and the windows are both an opening, allowing us to see behind, (don't you agree?).  I specially think of Matisse and Dufy paintings representing windows. One hundred paintings and drawings of Chagall’s experimental works around dream, the inside and the outside worlds, are expecting  your visit at the Marc Chagall, National Museum on Avenue du doctor Menard (except Tuesdays).  His works will be there until October 13th.

In Cannes , children of all ages will enjoy the fireworks after 10pm on August 7th, 15th and 24th.

Fall is a special season in the Champagne area simply because it's the time of the harvest.  You certainly won't go picking grapes, so I suggest you pay a visit to the Pommery vine house.

As you might know France is in charge of the European Community presidency for six months. To celebrate this event, the Champagne Producer Pommery has invited 2 artists from each of the 27 European countries to exhibit some of their pieces. This most unusual visit of these chalk galleries under the hill of Reims will help you imagine the artistic Europe as a whole.

In a very close neighborhood stands the excellent Relais and Chateaux: Les Crayeres, this just may be the opportunity to enjoy a king’s meal with the best local wine...

The Parisian event of September might well be a gala at the Paris Opera. On the 18th of September, the New York Ballet and the Paris Ballet will dance together in a number choreographed especially for this event. Maybe, and only maybe, it is not too late to call your scalper.

Between Heaven and Earth: Mont Saint Michel. Why have humans often linked mountains and religion?  Don’t expect me to give you the answer, but rather go to the Mont Saint Michel (4 hours drive from Paris) to enjoy some 160 something pictures by Jean Michel Guillaud of eleven sacred mountains from all over the world elected among the UNESCO list of 30 unique mountains registered as World Heritage. Pictures are pleasantly and intelligently disseminated around the city and the abbey.  The best time to visit is during the evening when the crowds are gone.  Luckily the exhibition is open until 23.30 (11:30pm).  The last entrance at 22.30 (10:30pm). My best tip here is do not miss the Cloister, it’s absolutely breathtaking.  I give you this advice so you know that only 1/5 of the Mounts visitors climb the many steps to the Sanctuary. It is worth the effort and they are many spots to stop, enjoy the views and catch your breath. It will be running till November 11th.  Gourmets should try to book a table at Olivier Rollinger place in Cancale.

From October 8th till February 2nd, the Grand Palais will hold an exhibition dedicated to Picasso and the Masters.

I hope this gazette has brought you some useful information, and maybe some dreams.  Please, feel free to forward on to friends or colleagues who might be interested.

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Best regards,

Pierre-Marc Lambert
1st Paris Major Limousines International
Quality Leader in the Transportation Industry Worldwide
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Due to a lower demand during Summertime, we are pleased to offer you this incredible deal:
How about a roundtrip airport transfer from and to Charles de Gaulle, Orly and/or Le Bourget airports and...a night out of 4 hours for  725 euros instead of our usual 1225 euros minimum in one of our classy, roomy S class Mercedes. (picture).

During August, as many corporate executives are on holiday, now is the time to take advantage of our excellent services!

If you arrive at Charles de Gaulle airport, we suggest usage of our meet and greet service, it comes free (!!!)  with this offer.  Your hostess will wait for you (or for your lucky customer) at the plane exit, help you through the Customs formalities, luggage recovery and connect you with your Paris Major Limousines chauffeur.

This incredible offer has been specially tailored to give you the possibility to discover how simply stunning our services are. We offer an easy booking process, the roomiest and latest sedan model (Mercedes S class) plus a "meet and greet" service, and more: enthusiastic and knowledgeable chauffeurs for this special advertised price.  For the cost of a small portion of a business or first class ticket (725 euros) you will receive first class limousine transfers, a car only for you for the evening in the City of Lights and  a meet and greet service you  did  not  even know it existed.

We can only offer this very special price to one customer a day, so book now while it’s early and take advantage of this fantastic offer!   Be the early bird, just email us at, only mentioning the following reference : Summer 2008 : early bird offer. We know you’ll look great in the back of one of our cars!

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