Wondering walk in Paris

Q 91

Morning has broken a few steps from Place du Tertre, so what’s better than a walk.

My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
A relaxing but small 2nd walk this week in an iconic city.

Q 88

Sacre Coeur, the morning mist is almost gone.

A perfect day could definitely be strolling casually around
between fascinating architecture and unknown however inspiring people.
While leaving imagination free to grasp the impressions on its own way.

Q 90

Even Montmartre is the heart of the city of the cities – so the rest is quite attractive too.

Q 87

Simple and easy, good for what it is to be – be a staircase down the hill – down town.

Q 94

Cute girls and flowers are closely connected, this’s common knowledge.
This young frenchman had forgotten all about it – his girlfriend hadn’t
so the young man had to rush back in a hurry to correct his forgetfulness.

Q 93

Every time I walk this way then pops up Victor Hugo, indirectly.
Are any of these Quasimodo and Esmeralda moving away from Notre Dame.?
At this mystery I’ll probably never found the solution.

Q 92

Another unsolved mystery is all these “happiness-locks” – do they work as intended.?
Here on the way to the Île de la Cité – they are found in many cities.
Why do we never see some nice lovely elder people
who admire the now rusty lock they strung up perhaps 40 years ago.?

Q 95

The two guys on the bench are clearly not friends.
The cute girl in front flipping frantically in her journey translator
maybe to find out how the french says:
“Un grand latte et un croissant s’il vous plaît”.?

Mentioning coffee, guess what’s next – a large espresso..!

38 tanker om “Wondering walk in Paris

  1. Yes please! It’s always time for coffee 🙂 Drake, you have excelled yourself this morning! I came here to write a post, rather urgently, but who could help but linger in the streets of Paris with you?
    I had a lump in my throat because a year ago we were wandering those same streets (I even followed you up Sacre Coeur 🙂 ). Yesterday was our wedding anniversary and the memories came flooding back. Two huge vases of flowers sit on my hearth. I’m a happy and very lucky lady. Thank you very much.

    • #.jo
      I’m a coffee freak… 😀

      I remember well your Paris days last year, honestly I didn’t remember that it was in august – so glad you enjoyed this little walk – really do appreciate your words… 🙂

  2. Ohhhh! J’adore cette magnifique promenade dans des endroits que je connais bien de la ville de mon coeur… merci pour m’y avoir amenée encore une fois. ❤ 😉

  3. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : Clifton Suspension Bridge and Observatory | restlessjo

  4. Excellentes photos, désolé je ne parle pas Danois, mais le français ne semble pas un problème pour toi je crois…

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