Shakespeare & Co, is more than the best English bookshop in Paris. It’s a landmark.
Pont des Arts: Blondie told me that lovers lock a padlock to the bridge and toss the key into the Seine, signifying their everlasting love.
That’s a nice little hotel Blondie showed me, saying it is MY hotel (no, she didn’t send us to stay there)
Place de la Bastille
Odalisque with Red Trousers by Henri Matisse, in Centre Pompidou
This is the cafe where Amelie works, Cafe des 2 Moulins, in Montmartre
If you have seen Amelie, do you remember Monsieur Collignon’s grocery store, at Rue des Trois Frères, in Montmartre?
We had fragrant tea at the Mosque in Paris. You can also taste great eastern pastries.
That’s Oscar Wilde’s grave at Père Lachaise Cemetery. It’s full of kisses, hearts, I loveyous, and tickets for the big journey.
My son wanted to go to the top of Eiffel Tower and that’s what you see from 300 meters (986 feet) high.
There’s nothing to say about Paris, is there? There are only things to see and do and feel. If you like big cities, that’s one of the best big cities. If you like lots of parks and green and spots to hide away from the world, it’s got that too. Art, history, fashion, fantastic food, cupcakes, Amelie, all the best things in life are there. And we were lucky to have our friends to show us around and take us to places that are a bit off the beaten track.