If we've been lucky enough to visit Paris, we all have our favorite photos, right? These are a few of mine! This is a detail of the fabulous Chagall ceiling at the Opera Garnier.
And isn't its stage and proscenium impressive?
Of course, you can't be in Paris and not stop by the boulangerie! Baguette anyone?
And it would go all the better with a bottle of wine. Check out the selection at Le Bon Marche.
Or, perhaps you'd rather have champagne and olives at a cafe in Montmartre.
It will give you energy as you walk the area's hills.
And, if you can't make it, there's always the Montmartre cemetery!
Take in a classical concert or enjoy a stop for meditation at Sainte Chapelle.
Then enjoy a walk along the Seine.
Maybe even pick up a bloom or two at a market.
Or, stop by Musee d'Orsay and step back in time as you enjoy some beautiful art.
As night begins to fall, Paris shows its striking shapes and true colors. Deep pinks...
...Royal blue and gold...
...stark black and white...
...and inky blues reflecting the golden light of the city.
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