Saturday, July 10, 2010

A Saturday In Paris

Down the rue Michel-Ange...

... and then left on the rue Molitor...

... past the intersection with the rue Boileau...

... to take the Métro at Chardon-Lagache.

Waiting for the Métro...

... to take me to meet a friend at La Motte-Picquet, where the Métro flies above the street.

And then, off to the Théâtre du Châtelet, where Diaghilev produced his first Parisian shows of the Ballets Russes...

... to see the amazing Novosibirsk Ballet dance Balanchine!

15 comments:

Solange said...

ah, thanks for the tour, am longing back to be in paris for some days, was there earlier this year, but it's just never enough! :-)

n a t s u m i said...

Paris is one of my favorite places to visit! I would love to go back there again! Thank you for sharing lovely photos!!

Mary-Laure said...

SOLANGE - maybe we will meet there some day, when we're both there.

Sam said...

Ah! So lovely! *sigh*

Laura in Paris said...

Magnifique!

Debra said...

How wonderful. I remember one visit to Paris you took a class or perhaps a few- will you with this visit? Enjoy every minute of it.

Arlene said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos. I want to go to Paris so much! I love to see it through your eyes. Even if I never get there, at least I'll have had an "insider's view" of the city.

Mary-Laure said...

DEBRA - yes, I already took class and most probably will take another one before I leave Paris on Thursday. I can't live without dancing!

ARLENE - I'm happy to take you on a cyber-journey through Paris.

The Seeker said...

Oh Paris....!!!!!
My city dreams... where I hope will go one day.

Thanks for sharing with us your photos.

xoxo

s said...

Superbe promenade ;-)

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

I like this mini-photo journey. A fun format.

pam said...

i wish i had more saturdays like yours ... and less like mine (working). nice blog.

Gabbi said...

Looks and sounds amazing... must visit one day!

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