July 24, 2016

Above: The Île de la Cité in the Seine River, by the Pont Neuf, which means "new bridge", which it was when completed in 1606, but is now the oldest standing bridge in Paris.

Below: Pictures 1 and 2 show the famous and the huge line to get a falafel sandwich, which I avoided and saved at least half an hour.
Picture 3, a much shorter line at Chez Marianne.
Picture 4 advertises a beach party featuring prominent celebrities. What, you thought it said something else?
Pictures 5 to 7 shows Centre Pompidou, the modern art museum.
Picture 8 is the Hôtel de Ville, city hall of Paris.
Pictures 9 and 10 are views along the Seine River by the Île de la Cité.
Picture 11 is two of the very many souvenir and book shops on the top of the walls of the Seine, near the Île de la Cité

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