The opening five images were taken from a cab window on the way from the hotel to Montmarte. Double click on any image to view as a slideshow but you may want to scroll down to see the annotations.
Paris is a great walking city with a terrrific view from Pont Saint-Michel.
One sleepy passenger.
 Boulevard Sebastopol in District 3
Paris os full of "flatiron" buildings.
Can you believe that is an Alabama cap in the middle of Paris!?
Gathering at Sacré-Cœur to watch the sunset on a beautiful Saturday evening.
It's everywhere!
Making silhouettes.
What's  all that noise!?
Picnic on the steps while laughing at gawking tourists.
Le Lion de Belfort
Denfert-Rochereau train station
Parc Montsouris just outside the Restaurant Pavillon Montsouris.
A small part of the Louvre
It's summer vacation in Paris!!!
Linda had to take a picture of this couple in front of Notre Dame. The photographer looks a little peeved.
Arc de Triomphe
Driving is a nightmare
Musée d'Orsay
It's been a hard day of Monet, et al. at the Musée d'Orsay.
Would you believe this was a train station in its former life. Preservation is good.
The next several images of buildings and bridges were taken from a boat on the Seine.
Just stunning at the golden hour!
The following images are attempts to capture the beauty of Monet's Garden in Giverny.
We bought that bracelet from the resident silversmith at the gardens.
La Couple, a favorite of Hemingway, et al.
Utah Beach to the west of Pointe du Hoc. What an incredible feat to have stormed those cliffs.
The following images were taken on the Marche Montorqueil. Scenes showing the cafe, Le Compas, and and the store, le Joker II Paris are featured.
One puppet spoke a little English and the other spoke even less French--it was a marvelous conversation.
Linda can get a smile out of (almost) everyone.
Sainte-Chapelle. Imagine a string quartet playing Vivaldi in this exquisite setting. How can the human mind create such beauty?
Au revoir
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