Photos of the Week – Spring in Paris

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We have just spent a week in Paris and are returning to Blois tomorrow for two weeks. I’m so looking forward to it! Although spring is present in Paris, it pales in comparison with the Loire Valley! Here are some spring photos anyway!

This is one of the magnolias in the Palais Royal Gardens, among the first flowers to bloom

This is one of the magnolias in the Palais Royal Gardens, among the first flowers to bloom

We had several spectacular sunsets during the week. This is taken from my baloncy.

We had several spectacular sunsets during the week. This is taken from my baloncy.

I was watching the Night Revellers' Kiosk, amused at how many fathers took photos of their children sitting on the seat when the light suddenly changed and all the glass baubles started twinkling

I was watching the Night Revellers’ Kiosk, amused at how many fathers took photos of their children sitting on the seat when the light suddenly changed and all the glass baubles started twinkling

For more on the Night Revellers’ Kiosk, click here.

Here's a photo for those who only saw the piazza in front of Saint Eustache under renovation.

Here’s a photo for those who only saw the piazza in front of Saint Eustache under renovation.

You can see the Bourse du Commerce (Commodities Market) in the back ground.

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8 Responses to Photos of the Week – Spring in Paris

  1. Anda G. says:

    Oh, spring in Paris! You don’t know how lucky you are, Rosemary. Not that Los Angeles doesn’t have things to brag about, but Paris is Paris …

  2. Janet Cox says:

    We will be in Paris on 3May and hope the trees and flowers will still be in bloom. Thanks for the pictures and the French lessons. It will be wonderful I’m sure.

    • Rosemary Kneipp says:

      The trees may not still be in bloom, but there will be plenty of bulbs everywhere and leaves on the trees. If you can schedule a visit to Monet’s garden, you’ll be in for a treat! Are you staying for long?

  3. breadispain says:

    Yay Spring! So glad that it is finally here and that we had a nice, easy winter. So unlike last year!

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