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16th April 2014
Fountain at Versailles

Thank you!
Thanks for the nice compliment and thanks for reading.
16th April 2014
Fountain at Versailles

stunning!
i love this photo! thanks for introducing the b side of paris. this will be helpful for me
16th April 2014

What a treasure!
I really really love that feeling of finding the 'B' side... while reading the start of your blog I smiled to myself as I recalled a similar feeling about the Trevi Fountain in Rome...the first time we saw it we were awe struck by every aspect of it, and then after a few days we'd walk past it with barely a glace, as we pushed our way through to a favourite gelato shop near it :)
15th April 2014

Thanks as always!
This is a wonderful place. Even though we will have stayed a month, I think it could be more. I know why so many people love Paris now...
15th April 2014

Thanks!
Love the Dublin stories. Jealous that a pint costs so much in Paris. There are so many things to do here it is amazing and well worth multiple visits. Every time we go out we discover something new.
15th April 2014

Thanks for reading
I remember the speed travelling days well. We visited the Great Wall of China, Potala Palace in Tibet, Mt. Everest, Khatmandu and saw the Taj Majal in just about a week of travel. Now it takes us 3 days just to figure out the Metro in a city. Both ways are fun. I still miss my 8-track tapes. Ha ha.
15th April 2014

Well written...
and the pictures are great! Oh the joy of spending time in one place.
15th April 2014

The B side of Paris
it is wonderful that you stay in a city long enough to enjoy and embrace both sides. On our next trip to Paris we will check out your B side suggestions. Sounds like you continue to have a fantastic time. As always the photos are wonderful.
15th April 2014

Nice as always
As always, great photos. I totally agree with you on the B side of places; most of the time people (and I include myself here) don't have enough time t see the B side: we were in Paris for just 3 days so, unfortunately, we barely had time to see the "must see". Also, I'm old enough to remember listening to the radio in bed and jumping out when "my song" was being played in order to press the "record" button on my tape recorder... those were the days!
4th April 2014

oh to be in Gay Paree
I so applaud what you are doing . Your pictures are wonderful. I feel like I'm right there with you, gazing at the beautiful views and peeking into windows ! Do you plan to stay a month ? I would REALLY love to go to Paris. Maybe some day. See, no matter how old you get you still think i the "some day mind set !! Bonne chance, or is it bon ?!!
6th April 2014

Paris
Hi Pat, Thanks for your kind words. We are really enjoying Paris and will stay here for a month. It is really beautiful, especially at this time of year, when the leaves are budding and the trees are blossoming. Paris literally changed seasons overnight; one day it's freezing and you had to wear 2 overcoats, the next 70 degrees!
4th April 2014

Walking around an area...
...using Google streetview! What an amazing invention and we often do this as well, joking we have walked 'so far' we are exhausted ;). Hope you enjoy your time in Paris and we look forward to reading your entries!
4th April 2014

Funny but true
We have been travelling for almost 3 years straight. I sometimes think of staying in one place for 6 months or so and just travelling by googlemaps. We have even previewed some museums to see if we want to spend money on them or not. It's great...Thanks for reading.
4th April 2014

140 square feet.
Living the life of the nomadic gypsy world travelers. Who cares about 140 square feet when you have all of Paris. Perfect Paris. Mexico, Italy and now Paris...that is a life well lived. I'm a cheese- a-holic so France is an amazing play land for me. Savor something wonderful for me please. Enjoy each moment. Can't wait to hear more.
4th April 2014

But it heats fast at least!
I was reading your last blog about trying to heat up your Irish cottage and I thought maybe we were lucky to be here. It only takes about 2 minutes to heat our house once we turn on the heat. We're enjoying your travels and can't wait for more great pictures of the Emerald Isle. Jealous of the castles though....
3rd April 2014

Good luck!
I hope you will enjoy Paris as much as you did Rome. Great pictures as usual but, no photos of bicycles this time? ;)
3rd April 2014

Thought about it!
We thought of you as we were adding pictures. We had a couple of bicycle pictures but we already had so many others uploaded that we left them out. We're here for a while, so I'm sure they are coming soon! Thanks for following!
3rd April 2014

Ahhh! Paris in the...
the Spring.
2nd April 2014

Love of Paris
Love the beautiful pictures and description of the place. I am looking forward to more entry on your exploration of Paris (^_^)
2nd April 2014

Thank you for the nice compliment. We're making lots of plans. Thanks for reading!
2nd April 2014

Fantastic
After an annoying morning, dealing with some cold Germans, trying to get my UK visa in Dusseldorf, it was really wondeful to read this entry. Wish you all the best, with your new love ! :)
2nd April 2014

Glad we could help
Sometimes the paperwork is the worst part! We like your blogs. You write well and the pictures are great. We think we will like it here...Thanks for reading!
23rd March 2014
Trastevere Bike

Beautiful photo once again!
I seem to fall in love with every one of your photos containing a bicycle
26th March 2014
Trastevere Bike

Ha Ha
I seem to take a lot of them. Maybe I'll put more in the next blog. Thanks!

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