Paris is always beautiful, and a November morning is no exception. It is still quite warm; there is lots of greenery; amazingly most trees still bear all the leaves, and the grass is green. I heard the church bells early in the morning and snapped a rare picture of an empty street, with the church at Rue Lafayette and Franz Liszt square standing tall above the wide steps. It’s called l’Eglise St. Vincent de Paul in French (I think). A small cafĂ© nearby opens very early for breakfast, and the inimitable smell of fresh baked bread wafts outside into the street. The florist’s shop is also ready to open, in case one needs to buy a bouquet. The lovely buildings all around the square clearly proclaim that one is indeed in Paris. Even seen briefly, the City of Light, the City of Love is a great place to visit, always and forever.

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