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A quiet November in Paris

A little rain, a little sun, a few autumn leaves.

Paris in November is lovely, soft and gray.

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Autumn Trees

Look across a dark Seine at the lovely Left Bank through the autumn trees.

Autumn Flowers

On the quiet pedestrian street of rue des Barres, summer lives on in a window box.

There are other churches in Paris!

On the Place St. Gervais at sunset is the lovely church of St. Gervais. Go inside and look at the soaring gothic church with its treasure of stained glass.

An Island in the Seine

Stroll on the Ile St. Louis and then find a pleasant restaurant. Rest and refresh.

Bridges on the Seine

The Seine is defined by its many bridges. Stand on one to look at others. There seem to be more houses when the leaves are gone.

There is no better place to daydream than on a bridge.

April in Paris

April in Paris; chestnuts in blossom . . .

Chestnut blossoms come in pink and white and both are lovely. Place St. Sulpice with the beautiful Fountain of the Orators surrounded by pink chestnuts is a dreamscape in April.

Of course the Eiffel Tower is well situated too . . .

Parc Monceau on May Day

Vendors sell small bouquets of Muguet on May Day in Paris and everyone visits the parks.

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