Travel: Paris 3

The weather is slowly changing with only an occasional drizzle and just enough sunshine to make Paris glow.

Yesterday was filled walks through Les Halles and the Beaubourg neighborhood, followed by a movie and a casual walk home the Marais.

 

St. Eustache Church, construction period, 1532 to 1640 is a massive structure in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris. It’s well worth a visit!
St. Eustache is a massive structure with over a dozen chapels.
The original organ was built in 1854. It has been restored and upgraded many times and is regarded as one of the finest instruments in the Capital.
We stumbled upon a quiet little park dedicated to the 500 infants that were murdered at the end of World War 2…
Place Des Vosges
After our 6 mile walk, time for an Aperol Spritz!

8 thoughts on “Travel: Paris 3”

  1. Only ONE spritz? With all that walking, how many pairs of shoes do you pack? It appears that you are not wasting one moment. Who speaks French??

  2. You guys haven’t changed at all since I last saw you. Travel certainly keeps you young. Great photos, AS ALWAYS!! I love traveling with you via your blog. Someday we will join up with you again. Thanks for letting us see all the wonderful places you are visiting.

    1. Hi! Good to hear from you!! We are on a five week trip. Part one was Paris for 1 week. Tomorrow we fly to Prague and will join an OAT trip Jewels of Bohemia. Then a visit to friends in Switzerland and end with another week in Paris.

      We hope all is well with you and those you love.
      J&J

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