Going through some old images and I found these treasures from a previous visit to Versailles. It’s crazy to think that this used to be a private residence. Oh, the stories these walls have heard!
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Paris in the fall is a sight to behold.. Brilliant fiery colors from the foliage, glowing afternoon light, Parisians lounging in park chairs soaking up the last bit of warmth before the cold blue of winter settles in, the gravel pathways littered with falling leaves. It’s a quiet period in Paris, in between the big August […]
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Called the “Notting Hill of Paris,” Rue Cremieux is a tiny little getaway from the hustle and bustle of the Parisian streets that surround it. Gone are the Haussmannian facades and the endless rows of cards, instead replaced by home after quaint, colorful home. The street is pedestrian only, which conveniently makes for perfect photos, […]
More famously known as the bridge featured in the movie “Inception,” Pont Bir Hakeim is one of my very favorite places in all of Paris. It’s just west of the Eiffel Tower, making for some breathtaking views both day and night. It’s also quite lovely in its own right, with hanging pendant lamps and arched […]