New Years Eve in Paris

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Window shopping the French way

My friend Jacob and I had made it somewhat of a tradition to visit different countries on New Year’s Evening in order to see how it is celebrated the different places. This time we had agreed upon to visit Paris a place we both loved since we were kids. Both Jacob and I had lived two years of our childhood in Paris and at the same time but not knowing each other.

We both had a picture that the French were artists when it comes to partying and we had high expectations for our coming New Year’s night.

We arrived in Paris the day before the big celebration of the coming year and concentrated on visiting all our favourite places and roads where we liked to walk. It was great to walk the city without any pressure of having to see something special; jut to let the feet do the talking and walking. We ended as always in the restaurant Chatier were both love to come and enjoy the atmosphere. We also ended in numerous of the small cafés in that neighbourhood of Chatier. It was great to be back in the city of cities.

emmllerg says:
Enjoy the places Paris has to offer you
Posted on: Jun 02, 2013
emmllerg says:
Enjoy the places Paris has to offer you
Posted on: Jun 02, 2013
Biedjee says:
Congrats on the feature! Well done!
Posted on: Dec 06, 2010
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Window shopping the French way
Window shopping the French way
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
Restaurant Chartier 
7 RUE DU FAU…
Restaurant Chartier 7 RUE DU FA…
Restaurant Chartier 
7 RUE DU FAU…
Restaurant Chartier 7 RUE DU FA…
Place de la Concorde
Place de la Concorde
Louis Vuitton shop in Paris
Louis Vuitton shop in Paris
Champs-Elysées
Champs-Elysées
Paris Streets
Paris Streets
Street shopping in Montmatre
Street shopping in Montmatre
The Sacré-Coeur Catholic basilica…
The Sacré-Coeur Catholic basilic…
View from Sacre Coeur
View from Sacre Coeur
The Sacré-Coeur Catholic basilica…
The Sacré-Coeur Catholic basilic…
Paris
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