I can't say a lot about these photos as what I knew at the time, I have forgotten ten years later, not that I knew a great deal. The photos were taken two cameras ago and are not great. In this first post, mostly from a coach, it is a reminder of the beautiful city of Paris. Eurostar terminus in Paris is Gare du Nord. I suspect it might be the most impressive Parisian station.
A madame with son chien. With knowledge of its reputation for dog droppings on the street preceding our visit, we did not see any, but we did not stray from tourist areas.
The Louvre, I think. No, I am sure. There was something controversial about President Mitterand and the glass pyramid, many years ago.
I guess red awnings are common at restaurants and cafes, but these look familiar from one of either Walt's or Ken's posts.
The Eiffel Tower wasn't ready for us, so we went for lunch.
A lovely lunch with great company on a boat on The Seine.
Some old church?
Another old church? Maybe one of them is Notre Dame?
The river bank was on the left, so it must be the left bank. But then when returning to our docking point, I changed my mind.
Maybe this is Notre Dame?