I was in Paris last week for one night and one day for an errand.
Gosh how I miss this beautiful city! You don’t need to go inside a museum because just walking on the streets allows you to see old architecture, monuments, art, fashion, gastronomy, creativity all in the open.
Let me take you to a virtual sightseeing of Paris hoping that you could get some inspiration from any of the photos.
What I love about Paris is that, it gives me so much inspiration in making my own greeting cards to send to friends..
Truly a romantic city
. . . that kindles the amorous feelings of everyone.
These steps infront of the Basilique de Sacre Coeur are always filled with tourists enjoying the view of Paris before them
This is the view, zoomed in.
These zinc rooftops of the city may soon be granted Unesco World Heritage status.
Little sculpture on the railings
At Place du Tertre, the artists are packing up and les garçons (the waiters) are waiting for customers.
Place du Tertre. You can have your caricature or portrait drawn in minutes.
It still gets cold in the evenings (still Winter) so fleece blankets are provided for your comfort.
The paved streets of Montmartre
Eglise St Jean de Montmartre and a Wallace fountain in the foreground.
The Basilique de Sacre Coeur is perched up a hill so you can get down through these steps, or take the funicular, or just amble down…
The Art Nouveau entrance of Metro Abbesses where my hotel is just few steps away.
This cafe bakery earned the title “Best Baguette in Paris” in 2012 for baking the best French bread in the capital.