I’ll return to Paris this Saturday for more photo’s and hotpots. This year my goal is to write a bit more, but when I’m not here you can always find me on my Instagram pages.
- myworldofparis (My blog in photo’s)
- Danielle.Delancy (My illustration page/portfolio)
Here is a little impression of the Instagram page of this blog. Hope you enjoy ♥
Dear Paris lovers!
I’m so happy to introduce you the new website of World of Paris, it’s finally online!! Thank you so much for all the support (and patience ;) There are still a lot of little things that need to be done, but those things will follow step by step.
I hope you will enjoy the website of World of Paris. I’ll keep this blog to share my adventures with all my dearest followers, but of course I hope to see you on the new website!
Please share your thoughts about the new website, I would love to know your first impressions :)
Sweet dreams everyone or a really good morning ♥
Trust me, they aren’t so hard to understand ;) The owner of this scooter knows the first important thing!
Weekly Photo Challenge – Street life. Streets are my favorite subject to photograph and to discover. The different cars, people, doors, mailboxes, houses and even the stones on the ground, I just can’t get enough of it.
In Paris it isn’t a problem to find an interesting or a photogenic street because, Paris has more than 6000 streets (that’s a huge choice!). 6000 unique streets, each with its own character, stores and styles. You can clearly see the difference between the wealthier and poorer districts. It’s so amazing that you can hike all day long and that it feels like you have visited 20 different cities ;) Why make a road trip through Europe when Paris has everything?
I bet you do have a favorite street somewhere on this beautiful planet? Come on, share it with us! By Twitter or leave a comment below!
FYI: I’ve written more posts about streets in Paris. Here they are, enjoy them!
Pack & Go, Parisian street life.
Such a colorful street, Rue Lepic, Paris
The longest street in Paris.
Quai de la Tournelle, Paris.
Rue Berthe, Montmartre, Paris.
Rue Quincampoix, Paris.
Rue du cherche-midi, Paris (recommended!)
Rue Saint-Paul, Le Marais, Paris
Do you guys remember my previous blog-post (November 2013) about the Wallace Fountains in Paris? If you haven’t read it yet, no problem! You’re never too old to learn ;)
It was about the fountains that prevent the Parisians from drinking too much wine. Someone in the comment section asked me ”did it curtail the excessive drinking of wine?’‘ Well, I thought they did (because they made many more of them) but after finding this shopping cart in the streets of Montmartre… I’m not so sure anymore!
We have to admit that wine belongs to the French culture. So, that sounds like reasonable excuse for an extra glass of wine on this Saturday night!
~ Bon weekend ♥ ~
Can it get any more French than this?
FYI: Palais-Royal is a former royal palace located in the 1st district of Paris, behind the Louvre and the Tuileries. Nowadays, the French Ministry of Culture, the French Council of State (Conseil d’Etat) and the Constitutional Council can be found in this beautiful building.
Especially at night, it’s a perfect place to shoot some photos!
Place du Tertre in Montmartre, Paris.
Did you know that most of the artists here, not even come from Paris? Many of them aren’t even French! What a shame, times are changing.. But well, I like to come here anyways. It has a cozy atmosphere and it’s full of creative people. The man on the picture took my attention, he made no effort to sell his work. He was focused solely on his painting. What do you think of it? Would you buy it or is it still a bit too touristic?
A fun tip for on the way, is to look at the tables of the restaurants in Paris. You’ll find there the most enjoyable and creative artworks. These ladies were one of my favorites!