Métro, Boulot, Dodo.... Métro, Boulot, Dodo....

Métro, boulot, dodo.... C'est lundi encore! Monday again and it seemed a good day to post the routine... For me, it is the gym, my offic...

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La Chapelle -- Château de Chenonceau La Chapelle -- Château de Chenonceau

This private chapel in the much-loved Château de Chenonceau was saved during the French Revolution by Madame Dupin who camouflaged its relig...

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Side by side Side by side

Side by side and perfectly in step is how I found this mature, stylish couple in the 17ième on Rue Brémontier.

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Driving Miss Daisy -- Reflection Driving Miss Daisy -- Reflection

I found this handsome couple waiting on their driver in front of Place Louis Lépine. With a full assortment of paparazzi gathered around the...

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Umphhh! Umphhh!

I would say that this is a mouthful! Whether you are a history buff or not, you would surely enjoy the display of cannons in Cour d'Honn...

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Lonesome cherub Lonesome cherub

How many hundreds of little cherubs are to be found in the cimeteries of Paris?

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Ladurée II Ladurée II

Just a little temptation from Ladurée... Les macarons, Miel d'Acacia, et Confit de Pétales de Rose de Provins.... miam-miam!

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Rose foncé et orange Rose foncé et orange

How do you feel about these two colors together? Before you say too much I do have a coat in that color (well, two of them, but who's co...

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Église Saint Paul Saint Louis Église Saint Paul Saint Louis

A photo taken from Rue des Jardin Saint-Paul shows a different side of Église Saint Paul Saint Louis previously shown here and here . Bon d...

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Les chaussures VII Les chaussures VII

We saw this sign in the Métro leaving Galeries Lafayette en juin and it just seemed so captivating. The shoe department reportedly has ov...

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Fountains of Pol Bury -- Reflection Fountains of Pol Bury -- Reflection

This fountain and the moving silver balls make for interesting reflections in the Gallery d'Orléans, in the Jardin du Palais Royal shown...

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Supporting the city Supporting the city

I took this photo of a worker in Paris in his distinctive uniform, and thought it would be appropriate to post today as France is in the mid...

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Rainy Day in Paris Rainy Day in Paris

From a hotel room window frequented by my daughter and me, the street below bustles with neighborhood activity. The season and the weather d...

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Le Corbeau et le Renard Le Corbeau et le Renard

The poet Jean de al Fontaine spent 26 years writing his version of fables, numbering 243 in total. This statue in Square du Ranelagh shows h...

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Désolée Désolée

Père Lachaise -- Overcome with grief

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Eglise Saint Roch Eglise Saint Roch

Saint Roch is the largest Late Baroque church in Paris, completed in the 18th Century. At the time of the French Revolution, Saint Roch was...

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Petit Palais Petit Palais

The Petit Palais was built in 1900 and is the site of the City of Paris Museum of Fine Arts. Seen here is an octi-circular courtyard and ga...

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Une Vitrine Élégante -- Reflection Une Vitrine Élégante -- Reflection

The boutique of Max Chaoul features elegant gowns in the finest setting. This couture vision of organza was but a sample of the treasures i...

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Alley of Trees Alley of Trees

How many times do you imagine that you see a line of shade trees like this in Paris? They can not be counted with all of the squares, parks...

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Le Printemps -- en été Le Printemps -- en été

One of the grand magasins of Paris, Printemps is housed in an exceptional building which has recently been renovated. Laurent of Daily Photo...

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Coquilles St Jacques Coquilles St Jacques

Fresh coquilles st. jacques for le diner, fresh from the market! What are you having for dinner?

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Palais de Tokyo -- This is art? Palais de Tokyo -- This is art?

I was at first not quite sure, but it was confirmed... This is not a pile of trash but "art" seen at Palais de Tokyo a few years ...

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Basilique Sainte Clotilde Basilique Sainte Clotilde

The Basilique Sainte Clotilde was built in the Neo-Gothic style and completed in 1857. It was reportedly the most fashionable church in 19t...

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Le Passage du Grand Cerf Le Passage du Grand Cerf

Le Passage du Grand Cerf (Big Deer Passage) is found just off Rue St. Denis in the neighborhood of Montorgueil. Designed in the 19th Century...

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Bois Violette -- Reflection Bois Violette -- Reflection

I am a color girl -- rouge, jaune, orange, vert, rose foncé, turquoise, violet So, when I saw this façade of violet with vivid flowers, it c...

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Les Chaussures pour les hommes Les Chaussures pour les hommes

Window shopping turned up these stylish and trendy men's shoes at Kabuki on Rue Etienne Marcel. I snapped a photo as the studs in these ...

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Château de Chambord Château de Chambord

The castles in the Loire Valley are an easy day-trip out of Paris. To say that Château de Chambord is enormous just does not cover it. Consi...

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Le Chien I Le Chien I

After lunch in the 17ième arr. we ran into this perky little pooch. His owner was chatting away with a friend on the street while le chien g...

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In the Métro In the Métro

On a long ride in the Métro, my daughter Holly and I watched a group of mischievous boys. They were accompanied by their teacher, probably ...

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Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris

There are so many interesting aspects of this famous Cathedral. Here is a view of the south façade of Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris .

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La Tour Eiffel La Tour Eiffel

Well, I needed a little lift today at the end of a long week. What better way to achieve that than to gaze at this well-known landmark that ...

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