Opéra is one of my favorite quarters in Paris. I go there at least once per week, sometimes for joining my darling for lunch, sometimes for work, sometimes for meeting friends, sometimes for a movie, sometimes for shopping. So even if sometimes it’s such a grey day (just like today for ex), I’m always happy to go there. I find always something interesting to share. There’s a chinese word saying: it’s your heart that creates the surroundings around you. The further meaning is: you are the master of yourself. Hope everyone will be the true master of himself. #peaceandlove#prayforlasvegas#freedom
This small and lovely parc is Parc Carré Louvois. In the center, the fountain Louvois built between 1836 and 1839 was intended as an hommage to four great rivers of France : the Seine, the Garonne, the Loire, and the Saône, represented by four statues of women who support the upper basin (Wikipédia)
Parc Carré Louvois ©carnetdordesuzy
Walking in Paris is just like you wander through the time. So many beautiful buildings to see. Touch the bricks, see poeple entering and going out of the buidings, contemplate the ornate windows, search the history hidden behind the façade… such a pleasure to discover them one by one !!
The adorable Petit-Thouars Street (rue du Petit- Thouars), near the métro station République and Temple, you can find some small fashion shops, small restaurants and coffe shops. The very famous restaurants Season and Café Crème are located here just at the end of the street. The magnificent building Carreau du Temple is also in this street.
Restaurant Season ©carnetdordesuzy
Carreau du Temple ©carnetdordesuzy
Of course, our stroll will not stop here. Continue walking, you will find yourself land up in Turenne Street with its white buildings and lots of small fashion shops on the two sides.