Rue Crémieux, Paris

When I found Rue Crémieux in the list of ”most beautiful streets in the world”, I immediately grabbed my bags and booked a train to Paris. One of the most beautiful streets in the world and I didn’t knew about it. What a same.. Please forgive and forget, because I have been there during my last trip and here are the photo’s. Enjoy them :) 

(Hehe, I bet the people at my school are gonna tell me that no. 15 would belong to me, because I often wear black clothing.. Ok then, thanks guys!) 

Back to my post, if you want to visit this street, leave your car home, it’s a car-free street. For more information check out this video I found online. Thumbs up for Youtube!

Sweet dreams everyone or a really good morning ♥ 


Jeepers Creepers in Paris.

*Tring Tring*  
Uhm yeah, it’s the year 2001, they want their horror movie back!

Yes, it’s been a while but I bet many people know the American horror movie Jeepers Creepers. Part 1, 2 or 3. For the people who know the first movie, they also know that ‘the creeper’ had a creepy van. A big rusty thing that gives you the chills when it’s driving behind you. For the people who think ‘the creeper’ is defeated, you got it wrong!  I think I found the evidence in the streets of Paris. It looks like ‘the creeper’ is this time enjoying a beer at the Irish pub… For my own safety, I walked a street further ;)

To refresh your brains, we start with a picture of the van in the movie. 

And this is the van I found in Paris. A little pimped but definitely suspicious!


The homeless and the crooks, Part 1

TrampI have to admit it.. I have a soft spot for homeless people with animals. When I look into those innocent eyes, I have to throw something in that hat. It works for me. I feel sorry for them. I ask myself the question where it went wrong. Everyone has the right to a decent live. I feel sorry for them but  I must also confess that besides feeling sorry for them, I don’t have any more feelings for them. They are with too many, you almost become, just like most Parisians, immune to it.

On the other hand, I find street-vendors and crooks extremely entertaining! Crazy tricks and stuff.  How do they do that? All those stupid tourists who fell into their traps, again and again. Oh wait, did I already guessed the answer of that question…‘’stupid tourists’’?

Below are the three most common tricks. Read it carefully. This prevents uncomfortable situations during your visit at Paris. If you know the tricks, you will notice that wanderers are no longer an obstacle for you.

  1. The petition.
    Be alert for (deaf) beggars who want you to sign a petition. In most cases, the company doesn’t even exist. Watch out! They want to rob you. They try to distract you and another person can easily steal your wallet, mobile or other expensive stuff. Just ignore them!
  2. The shell game.
    The game is very simple and looks like ”the spectators” win a lot of money. But remember, they are never alone! It’s a big scam gang. You think you know under which cup the ball is, but they make sure that you don’t remember that after 3 to 4 rounds. And then it’s too late, you lost all your money.  It’s a waste of money and of your precious time in Paris.
  3. The golden ring.
    First they try to attract your attention. Once that’s accomplished the acting begins. The wanderer takes a ring from the ground and act like you just drop it. When you explain to here that the ring doesn’t belong to you, she will try to put the ring on her own fingers. Miraculously, the ring is too big and you can keep it. NEVER take this ring, it’s a trap! When you take the ring, she wants to receive a compensation. A compensation for a ‘’so-called’’ golden mark inside the ring. The asking for money continues very long. It takes so long that people get their money out of desperation or because there are suddenly three wanderers instead of one! Be careful and ignore them immediately.

There are many more tricks, which I teach you next time!