This gives us an opportunity to buy shoes, something I find very difficult in this region. Having proper bloke sized feet I am too big for the delicate little things available in the shops around here. Usually the biggest size I can get here is a 45 (10½ UK or 11 US), whereas my feet are a wideish 47 (12 UK or 12½ US).
Luckily, just around the corner is Halles aux Chaussures, where we normally manage to buy a year's supply of shoes at good prices.
This year's shoesThis means that for the past two years I am sure the cleaners have been bemused by what we leave behind: a pile of shoe boxes to be recycled.
Last year's shoe boxesAs you can see by the boxes, many of the shoes are at reduced prices, so Susan always manages to squeeze in the purchase of a pair or two of shoes, even though she doesn't have the same issue with size as I do.
Simon, you should know by now that a girl can never have too many shoes. Ever !!
I buy my shoes in the Rue de Rivoli in this little shop and on each visit to Paris I just need to buy another pair or 2. I just wish that French shoes had Cuban heels - cos I'm short.....Not like you (big bloke) Simon.
Jean has already said it!! We can never have enough shoes...
Ok Imeldas, Calm down :))
Leon. I used to wear cuban heeled boots, but haven't seen them for ages. Certainly not in my size in this country
I saw this cowboy shop in Paris with cowboy boots but was a little shy in going in!!!!!!!!!!!!
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