single or not single, is not a question. this place up on the hill in Montmartre is must visit for you in love or out of love. Spend the late afternoon ascending the stairs, or you can just take the metro right to Lamarck or Abbesses (embrace yourself in the elevator, smells like ..yucks) and down the butte or take the furniculaire if you want … Continue reading le butte montmartre
Amélie still seeks solitude. She amuses herself with silly questions about the world below, such as “How many people are having an orgasm right now?” (taken from Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain. I, too took the same sight and view, and began to wonder. What’s the man like? what’s the girl’s like? where did they meet? Do they like the same movie? Do they share the … Continue reading Le fabuleux montmartre
il faut cultiver notre jardin! – Voltaire Not that I love cultivating plants, but yes, i do love colorful flowers (just to see them), but what Voltaire said meant more than that. Literally means “let’s cultivate our garden”, but in spirit refers to hard work, and consistent hard work, that in the end it will yield the way you want it to be (or not), … Continue reading il faut cultiver notre jardin!
Temperature is still low but the sun is up! what’s best to do than enjoying the warmth, mingle with other citizens (and maybe some tourists) in the park? I just love lying down, or reading, sleeping, or just hanging on the free chaise scattered there, feeding the canards in the pond, joining other faceless parisiens in the middle of the day, or late afternoon (sometimes … Continue reading sun in Jardin du Luxembourg
Best things in life are free – so a song said, maybe it’s not entirely wrong. One of the best thing to do and free in Paris, is strolling along on the Pont or bridge that cross the Seine river. Paris has 37 bridges, consists of 3 which are pedestrians, 2 are rail bridges. # bridges link Île saint-louis to other parts in Paris, and … Continue reading in love with pont des arts