Paris Canals

After visiting Pere Lachaise Cemetery we took the metro to Colonal Fabian to take a walk along the Canals eventually winding up at Republic.  We had an amazing lunch at the Atmosphere Cafe and meandered up and over every bridge we encountered.  This is a lovely part of Paris with lots of options for shopping and food and well worth a trip off the normal tourist path of Paris.

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Submitting as part of Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge.

 

31 thoughts on “Paris Canals

  1. Pere Lachaise is a great cemetry, where my hudband’s grandfather is buried. While throngs of tourists flock to the handful of uber famous residents of the cemetry, the beauty of the place lies in the vast collection of sculptured tombstones. A bit like a larger version of the also beautiful cemetry in Buenos Aires.

    Peta

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