Various street signs and random places in Paris.
This street is named for the paper making shops once located there. It's now home to The Abbey Bookshop, a Canadian store that sells English language books.
Writing on a wall near Saint-Sulpice. It's "The Drunken Boat" a poem by Rimbaud
I read somewhere that this is the smallest street in Paris. The next pic is the street name.
Shop or Bar sign--I can't remember.
Next door to Saint Sulpice
Across from the Luxembourg Garden
A cool, touristy, medieval street packed with restaurants and bars.
View of the street.
Place Dauphine at the western end of the Ile de la Cite (the island on which Notre Dame stands)
Protesters! My google translating skills suggests that they're protesting in support of Kurds.
View from our hotel room at the Paris Westin Vendome.
The green door in the middle of the background is the entryway to our AirBnB.
One night a dude was playing the clarinet under that tree.
Gigantic chocolate boots. Need I say more?