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Thursday, November 6, 2014

We'll always have Paris

May 2013

Paris was far from my favorite European capitals. But after all what you need is the right company and someone who knows this city very well. I was lucky enough to have a college who loved Paris and wanted to go for a walk even though our hotel is far from the center.


We started our visit at Sacré-Coeur where you can see the inside of the basilica without paying for it.

Amazing view over Paris


And then started our "descent" all the way down to the Boulevard de Clichy through the streets of Montmartre district.

Place du Tertre

Famous square where you can find many skillful artists...

Cabaret de la Boheme

Les chats

Moulin Rouge

Finally we reached the Boulevard de Clichy and the very famous Moulin Rouge.

Moulin Rouge

Place de l'Opéra

I'm still amazed with the beauty of the Palais Garnier, an opera house.

Opéra de Paris

Palais Garnier

Place Vendôme

And now, the amazing Place Vendôme with a dramatic grey sky!

Colonne Vendôme

Jardin des Tuileries

The Jardin des Tuileries is a big and beautiful garden situated between the Place de La Concorde and the Louvre museum in the 1st arrondissement of Paris.


Louvre Palace


We ended our jorney at Cathédrale Notre-Dame.

Yep... "we'll always have Paris"!