I was (again) being creepy last night, and I was doing a google maps street view tour of the park (I do this when I'm bored, so everyday!) I got to the point where I was in France. I was across from Bella Cafe or Cafe belle, I can never remember. I looked over by the other entrance to RPT and I saw the patio area where viola was performed. I thought to myself (no, not what a wonderful world ) "With the new patio area, this one is a peice of garbage. They should build a building there with air conditioned, indoor seating. Not only will it add another (much needed, in my opinion) building in the village, and it will be another place to sit in AC."
I agree. For the first time since the opening of Griffon, I feel like Aquitaine has had some life breathed back into it. However, I still think the area looks way to bare. Ironically, the reason they removed that building in the first place, was for the Illuminights parade. Then, after they did that, they decided they would do away with the parade. What a waste.
Maybe instad of building a building, they could just theme that patio like the other one. Maybe not with grapes and stuff, but they could make it more, how you say, French. (One MAJOR example, get rid of the tacky yellow umbrellas!)
Its one of these: http://www.twocitiesphotography.com/Two-Cities-Boston-and-Paris/Paris/Rue-des-Bluets/512572_pTXB6W/21481259_xpLCDzP#!i=21481259&k=xpLCDzP&lb=1&s=A
They are all over Paris. They are called Morris Columns