Okay: go to Paris

check into a nice hotel, and my plan is I’m going to eat some fucking cheese and I’m gonna get drunk. ― Anthony Bourdain

Or in my case, check into a nice Airbnb, and my plan is I’m going to take some fucking good photos and I’m gonna get drunk 😉

My departure to Paris is approaching and I’m not ready yet. I haven’t yet researched where and when Fashion Week is going on. I hope to be lucky and catch something on the street. So this will be my last post before I leave for Paris. A lot of research and planning awaits me in the coming days.

Place de la Concorde
Jardin des Tuileries
La Palette
Square Gabriel Pierné and Institut de France
Lapérouse, Quai des Grands Augustins
Rue des Batignolles
Rue des Batignolles

Travel changes you

As you move through this life and this world you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life and travel leave marks on you. ― Anthony Bourdain

La Brasserie de l’Isle Saint-Louis
Pont Alexandre III
Pont Alexandre III
Place de Furstenberg
Rue de Furstemberg
Librairie des Alpes
Quai François Mitterrand

For me…

a place unvisited is like unrequited love. A dull ache that—try as you might think it away, convince yourself that she wasn’t the right country for you—just won’t leave you in peace. — Eric Weiner

Jardin des Tuileries
Jardin des Tuileries
Rue des Ecouffes
Place Saint-Germain des Prés
Rue de l’Abbaye
Place Vendôme

The vacation

gone wrong in Paris is almost always because people try to do too many things. — Anthony Bourdain

Rue des Ecouffes
Rue de Mogador
Pont Alexandre III
Pont Alexandre III
Le Loir dans La Théière et Tarte au citron meringuee
Rue de la Harpe
Place de la Concorde

Travel isn’t always pretty.

It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind. — Anthony Bourdain

Rue de Bièvre
Rue Jean du Bellay
Palais Garnier
view from Galeries Lafayette
Galeries Lafayette Paris
Sacré-Coeur from Galeries Lafayette

The tragedy in the lives of most of us

… is that we go through life walking down a high-walled lane with people of our own kind, the same economic situation, the same national background and education and religious outlook. And beyond those walls, all humanity lies, unknown and unseen, and untouched by our restricted and impoverished lives. — Florence Luscomb

Two days ago it was the third anniversary of my registration at WordPress. And during this time, I gained 1,501 followers.

I would like to thank everyone who follows me on my blog.

Rue du Jardinet
Rue du Jardinet
Rue Séguier
Le Saint-André des Arts
Le Saint André
Rue Suger
Saint Séverin / Place Saint-Michel

And only 12 more days to Lake Garda 🙂 I can’t wait anymore!

The quality of life

… is in proportion, always, to the capacity for delight. The capacity for delight is the gift of paying attention. — Julia Cameron

The next holiday is already reserved … Paris Fashion Week in September. In all this time, I have never visited Paris during the Fashion Week. I hope I manage to photograph some fashion on the street 😀
Although Paris will no longer be the same. During my trip in Warsaw, Paris changed … the roof of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris was burned. Notre-Dame de Paris is one of my favorite spot in Paris especially during Blossom Season. I just hope they will soon restore it.

So logically follow photos of Paris 😉

Notre-Dame de ParisN
Notre-Dame de Paris and terrace L’Esmeralda

Tour Eiffel

Strada Café

Place de l’Abbé Basset