one last look
From the Streets of Paris
On a break between rehearsal & the performance one evening, Ray & I took a walk on over to the
Walking through arch ways into open courtyards was enough to make my jaw drop. But then when I stopped to examine the details of the Palais, I was blown away with how much time & energy it must have taken to hand craft every detail.
The last Saturday of tour, we decided that we had to go back to the nearest flea market to us,
Porte de Vanves
which we had visited our very first Sunday in Paris.
This time around, we decided to head to the market earlier as opposed to near the end. The sun was shining, the atmosphere was vibrant, the customers jubilant, & the sellers were more enthusiastic than I had remembered.
It's amazing what a little sunshine can do.
Italian hand crafted metal
Oui, s'il vous plaît
These next cluster of pictures sum up a bit of the beautiful sights I saw everyday on my way to the theater.
Castles, Monuments, Blue Skies
Lastly, I discovered a trip to Paris wouldn't be complete without visiting one of the many bridges covered in locks of love.
I can't say we left our hearts in Paris
but we can say we left our lock there.
Paris, after three weeks I've seen some really fantastic sights
It's been a wonderful trip but