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Monday, 10 February 2014

The City Of Love ....






They do say that Paris is the city of love (although, in my eyes, Venice comes a very close second), so what better than to post some images of that romantic city for you today.




Hotel de Ville de Paris, France
Exterior shot of the Hotel du Ville
It is ten years now since my daughter and her family moved across to Paris, so I'm lucky to have been there many, many times.  I still love it every time I visit, the romance and sheer magnificence of that beautiful city.


LHôtel de Ville de Paris
Interior shot of the wonderful Hotel De Ville
Paris Town House in the Baroque style
Paris town house in the Baroque style
Paris
Pretty little restaurant surrounded by fleurs
Montmartre, Paris    Seriously one of the cutest parts of the city.
Photo taken in Monmartre - one of my favourite areas of the city


Monmartre
Another view of the Sacre Couer` in the Monmartre district

Sacre Coeur!   One gasps every time turning a corner in Paris... there's always something to see.
The amazing Sacre Couer`Moulin Rouge, Monmartre, Paris
The famous Moulin Rouge is also in the district of Monmartre

Well, I hope these images have given you a flavour of this wonderful City of Paris and, who knows, you may even be able to visit there some time.
  

15 comments:

Eva Ason said...

Good morning Diane,
How lovely to see this post this morning, Paris is so beautiful! I love the street pictures. You make me wishing to go back to visit Paris again, don't think it would be too hard to persuade Peter to go tehee.
Have a fantastic day my friend.
Hugs to you x

Linda O'Connell said...

I absolutely loved viewing your photos. Thanks for taking me on a virtual vacation to this lovely place.

Claudia Moser said...

On my favourite list as well!

Manzanita said...

Your pictures made my heart beat just a little faster. (I guess that is what Paris does to one). Exquisit photos. What kind of camera do you have......so clear... like the pictures I used to get with my old Leica. Now I just use a cheapy digital and end up with blurry photos. God, Paris is beautiful.

Suzanne Prickett said...

Oh Thisisme! So beautiful. I have always wanted to see Paris. These are most beautiful! I am really enjoying your posts. Am commenting from my phone and I'm not very good at it. See you later.

Shady Del Knight said...

Hallo hallo hallo, dear Thisisme! I've never been to Paris but I can dream, can't I? When you combine the dazzling grandeur of the architecture, the statuary, floral accents, the smell of French cuisine, the exciting sounds of the city, the people and the feeling of romance that envelopes you there, you have an experience that will surely remain one of the highlights of your life. I envy you.

Thank you for this marvelous collection of postcards, dear friend Thisisme. Happy Monday to you and enjoy the rest of your week!

rainbow said...

You have been successful in changing my mind about Paris. I have never cared one way or the other about it but seeing your photos and hearing what you have to say about it I would love to go for a visit sometime. THANKS FOR SHARING!!!!!!!!!!

Montanagirl said...

I know I will never get there, so thank your for sharing your wonderful photos. The beauty and architecture are simply beyond words: Amazing!!

BECKY said...

Oh, Diane! I SO wish I was there right now! If only I could twist my nose the way Samantha, the witch on TV, always did! LOL

Shelly said...

I don't know that there's a more beautiful city on earth~

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh your pictures are all breathtaking.

My Grandddaughter loved it.

Maybe one day she can go back.

She went wit the school way back many years but she said it was a real wow place.

Loved to see the artistry of the
beautiful city.

Plus the La,la fashions.

She even bought me a beautuful la,al bracket and her Mom.

She got herself a awesome jean jacket.

I think all schools should let the kids have that opportunity to go to Paris but you also have to have the mullah to go and spend.

Not everyone has that. Sad. Right.

It means only the wealthy can go.

As it is very,very expensive.

orchid Miyako said...

Dearest Diane;
SO SORRY for my absence lately,...
What GORGEOUS pictures of Paris♡♡♡ One of my friend has been there once and told told me the great tie she had many years ago.
Oh, how I wish to be able have the opportunity :-)

Wishing you a lovely week ahead.Lots of Love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Hi Diane How lucky to have a daughter in Paris , my first time was 6 years ago , wow , I just had to think. :-) is it really that long ago. Montmartre is one of my favourites arrondissements .. Not really into the Moulin Rouge though. Loved you photos, thanks for sharing. xo

Olive said...

It is unlikely I will ever get there. I am beginning to think I will ever get anywhere but I do love your gorgeous images. xo, olive

Belle said...

It is the most beautiful city! I would love to go there one day. These photos are remarkably beautiful.