Sauntering around the Seine

There’s plenty to see just wandering around the alleyways and markets on the banks of the Seine. Including this sumptuous flower market that I dragged the reluctant hubby around. Here he is looking particularly unimpressed with the delights on show! The riverbanks are lined with little stalls full of curios, postcards and paintings. Below postersContinue reading “Sauntering around the Seine”

Random Parisian streets

Some random street shots from our roams around Paris’s streets and parks. Above is The ‘Fontaine des quatre parties du Monde one of the many ornate fountains in the city. Le Bateau Ivre” (“The Drunken Boat”) is a 100-line verse-poem written in 1871 by Arthur Rimbaud. This is part of The Wall of Poems project thatContinue reading “Random Parisian streets”