Written by Marjorie Dawson

A Visit to The Magical City of Paris – Photos

A Visit to The Magical City of Paris – Photos

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A visit to Paris is on everyone’s bucket list. After the terrorist attacks in 2014 the people of Paris did not falter, that great city beloved of visitors and romantics worldwide remains strong and beautiful.

A Visit to Paris
The glorious Paris cityscape. Samsung compact camera.

The iconic Tour Eiffel, usually vibrant with sparkling lights at night, went dark reflecting the grief of France but, two days later, the Tour Eiffel re-opened, lit defiantly in the tricolor of France. The people walked with purpose and hope.

Photographs of the city of Paris.
Eiffel Tower from Galleries Lafayette

Let us recommend some of the simple pleasures to enjoy when finding your way around Paris!

A Visit to Paris
The Parisian Cafe – perfection

A visit to Paris – simple things to enjoy

  • Paris is a city of contrasts and great atmosphere – take a walk.
  • Or buy a Paris Visite ticket which gives unlimited travel making the city your oyster
  • Simply walking by the river Seine can be a pleasure – the area between Musee d’Orsay and the Louvre complex is fun.
  • Lunch in the cafeteria at Galleries Lafayette can give you a view of the Eifel Tower!
  • Take the lift to Sacre Coeur for a superb view
  • Paris is crammed with cafes you can’t go wrong with anyone, even the touristy ones provide good service!
A Visit to Paris
The honey coloured buildings

We hope you have enjoyed our brief glimpse of this wonderful city.

Bonjour Paris!

Marjorie Dawson

Marjorie is a motorbike riding blogger and award winning cat photographer who believes that everyone can shoot and edit wonderful pictures they love regardless of the camera they use.

She is a Professional member of the Cat Writers Association, Kuykendall Image Award winner and published photographer at the Guardian newspaper.

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12 thoughts on “A Visit to The Magical City of Paris – Photos”

  1. Thank you for this beautiful tribute to this wonderful city and its people. We purr and pray for peace, and an end to hatred and evil.

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  2. Purring for Paris. There’s no place for terrorism in this world. Almost 50 people were slain in an act of terrorism in Beirut the very next day but it didn’t make the papers.

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  3. Yep, weez sendin’ purrayers to all. This whole fing was senseless and we hate it.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Lexi

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  4. What a sad thing to happen. We purr for Paris…and everyone affected by senseless acts of terrorism.

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  5. Indeed we all mourn the loss of not only innocent lives but innocence full stop..such a sad and cruel world that we find hard to understand…loves Fozziemum xxx

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  6. We also enjoy Paris, and we’re glad our family over there is OK. You wrote a beautiful post. Purrs

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  7. We also enjoy Paris, but we know that Lebanon’s city of Beirut once was glorious, much like our SF. But war, and continuing bombing, etc insure we will never get to enjoy this once lovely city. Paris is not the only city with IS attacks. We know you all know this, but we hurt for those elsewhere as well. Purrs

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