Le Penseur, Musée Rodin, Paris. For Friendly Friday Challenge. (First!) The Snow Melts Somewhere evoked in her prompt post lack … More
This October’s weather has been a bitter-sweet candy that I most gladly take advantage of. I know that these spring-like … More
Always refreshing to find those witty or not little wisdoms while taking a walk through Parisian streets. It makes me … More
Paris Plage. Maybe, what I miss most about summer is not just street walks whose existence is barely touched in … More
It’s probably quite an easy job to be a tour guide in my town, even if you get lost, your … More
At the top of Printemps, Boulevard Haussmann. I’m usually not the one encouraging people to go to department stores and … More
The place I should be obsessed about, even if only for two cute movies and those iconic scenes capturing the … More
One of the secrets to exploring Paris is to not only take the streets, but to also dive into its … More
A part of my summer wanderings in Paris, pretending to be a tourist when I stopped being one 3 years … More
Parc de Belleville.
This atelier-apartment at Musée Montmartre, Paris seems to be frozen in time, everything in it still waiting for the artists … More
Give me a Sunday walk by the lively river, a bus drive* through two of my favourite Parisian quarters, a … More
Living in Paris always leaves one with the impression this glorious city is all or at least the best the … More
It is here I always feel most at home, exactly where I’m supposed to be.
And what I admire is how the touristy and the local intermingle on the banks.
The forgotten quarter of French capital? By tourists, maybe. By locals, no.
There is one eternal criteria that a city has to fulfill for me to really love it. I have to find nice little spots to read, not necessarily in calm, but certainly in ease. Paris nails it.
One of the best things you can do in Paris when summer hits the streets, it’s to escape it. Direction: Monet’s garden.
The hidden jewel in touristy Paris. And my new favourite street.