Paris.. Fourteen years old I was when I visited this city for the first time on a school trip. My fellow students were bored while our French teacher guided us through the streets of Paris, telling us stories about every building, every statue, every little detail. I was hanging on his lips. When we entered Le Jardin du Luxembourg and passed the Fontaine Médicis I fell in love. The calmness and peacefulness I felt when I saw a girl sitting there on a chair reading her book made me want to live there instantly. I wanted to be her. Though I don’t officially live in Paris it does feel a little like my second home with visits on a monthly base. I still often go to Jardin du Luxembourg with my book but I’m usually eating my way around the city.
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I’m visiting Paris this upcoming weekend, just a day trip – I hope it won’t rain. I enjoy your photos, they are different than anything else on the web I’ve seen.
Enjoy! I’m going in two weeks again!
And thanks for your compliment!
where do you stay when visiting Paris. I m going soon and want a nice quiet place to stay.