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PARIS MON AMOUR.

PARIS MON AMOUR. Once I emerged from St. Michel – Notre-Dame RER station, I took a few steps, saw all the familiar landmarks and immediately felt at home – at ease. Paris is beautiful in all seasons; in May it … Continue reading

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Our Lady of the White Cloaks, Paris.

Paris is a city where one can make new discoveries every day. I went to look at St. Merri’s church again, and to buy the delicious baguette aux noix, bread with nuts, in a bakery nearby. Then I walked a … Continue reading

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Relaxing after a Long Outing.

April 10 proved to be one of those gorgeous spring days: the sky is unbelievably blue, the air fresh and balmy, and it is really truly WARM. Everything that can bloom, does, or is totally ready to burst into magnificent … Continue reading

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Marche aux Fleurs, Paris.

The celebrated Parisian Flower Market, Marche aux Fleurs Reine Elizabeth II, is located a few steps away from Notre Dame. We walked to the cathedral via Rue Saint Jacques, it takes less than 20 minutes; then turn your back to … Continue reading

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Musee de Cluny, Paris

Musee de Cluny is easily accessible from either Boulevard St. Michel or Boulevard St. Germain or Rue St. Jacques. Its official name is rather long; translated into English, it means Museum of Medieval Art and Thermes (baths). The ancient baths … Continue reading

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How to Be a Happy Camper.

In my wanderings around the lovely city of Paris, I never cease to be amazed at how much Beauty I can see everywhere. I even came to the conclusion that through the centuries, the French have developed a high sense … Continue reading

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Le Jardin des Plantes

Le Jardin des Plantes is a large garden which houses one of the oldest zoos or menageries in Europe; it dates back to the 18th century. It is also an extensive garden with lots of exotic plants, an orangerie, lots … Continue reading

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