The Sunday Traveler ~ Paris Streets

It Had to be You, they sang, and a chanteuse of days gone by did a slow dance. The music and words reverberated off the D’Orsay Museum up several stairs, and several yards in front of them. Yes, it had to be you, Paris. Memories for me of years gone by, and here I was again. Wandering the streets is always my favorite way to soak up a city, getting a flavor of what it’s all about, to get a feeling of the place wherever it may be, the people, the life. Museums and venues are all wonderful to see works of art, but I find that the streets are works of art unto themselves. Let me take you there, to the museum of the streets of Paris as I wind up this series. Let’s stroll together for a little while.

And just like that, it was time to leave all this behind once again. Days of immersing myself into the history and mystery of Paris.

The Sunday Traveler is heading out into a new adventure this coming week and will take a break here for a couple of weeks. Until then.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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21 Responses to The Sunday Traveler ~ Paris Streets

  1. One of my favorite cities in the world!

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  2. Arati says:

    Thank you for this wonderful promenade to some of my favorite places. Ones that I have not visited in years. And yes, I would love some marrons chauds. I can feel their heat in my hands as I hold them and the delliciousness of their taste!


  3. ChgoJohn says:

    I’m with you, Angeline. No matter the city and country, I so enjoy just taking a walk around the town or village. It’s the only way I know to get a feel for the pulse of that community.


  4. Wow. Beautiful shots.


  5. The city that steals one’s heart and soul is always about the storytelling.


  6. Allan G. Smorra says:

    I love the effect of the golden lights in the second photo. Just the right touch to make it pop. Have a safe journey, Angeline. I look forward to seeing the photos you bring back this trip.


  7. Funny how Paris is always so beautiful and romantic when seen through a foreigner’s eyes… and how it looks so mundane when you live and work there in spite of its timeless beauty… 😉


  8. Colline says:

    I enjoyed walking through Paris with you Angeline. You really get a feel for the city.


  9. Wonderful collection Angeline. I would go back in a heart beat! It’s one of my favourite cities.


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