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Thursday, 18 March 2021



The stained glass in the church is beautiful, and I can just imagine the flavor of the coffee and croissant mmmmm. It has been 36 years since a trip to Paris for me! we have been recently to Marseille and also along the river in Alsace region. I hope the world opens up for more exploring soon. Until then, thanks for taking us along!


I think 2021 is going to be more road trips for me. Still too wary to fly. That stained glass is absolutely stunning.


thanks for taking us to paris with this post!


I was in Paris in March 2019, a few weeks before the devastating fire. I'm sorry that I did not go by the Notre Dame on that trip. I used some of your recommendations then, and I hope that I can visit Paris again in the near future.


Thanks again for the inspiration Laurie. I'm hoping we can get on with our exploring and eating again soon!

I'm hoping for possibly the fall Junichi.

Thanks for reading Kat!

I hope you'll be able to visit Paris again soon Sandy! It was so sad to see Notre Dame in flames....we're hoping it will rise again, better than ever.


Rue Montorgueil is one of our favorite streets in Paris - it's a little touristy but it's still a wonderful place to stroll. I share your worries about the cafe culture in France, but hopefully it will return once things settle down. There's nothing like "window shopping in reverse" with a cafe noisette on a too-small-table!


Paris is a lovely city! Loved the stained glass.


I'm hoping things do return to "normal" in Paris James and people watching is so much fun there.

Sainte - Chapelle had some stunning stained glass Soo.


Hi Kirk! Hope all is well and thanks for this beautiful post. Love that note about cafe culture in all feels so far away. I miss reading about everyone's travel :)
- Kathy


My goodness Kathy! It's so great to hear from you! We are well hope you are too and that folks are flocking to Onolicous Hawaii:

Take care!

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