Paris is the nice and bright...
Paris is the nice and bright place to be.
So does ppl there , soo friendly and helpful.
But unfortunately hardly spoken english.
Places there show the art life of France for centuries!!!!!
If you have a chance to go there , please prepare many films because the places all there is so beautiful!!!!! The helpful people!!!
The architecture of building and The Louvre Museum!!!!!
This is a view from the Eiffel...
This is a view from the Eiffel tower. I only went to the first level because the girl I was with was too scared to go any higher. Okay, I was chicken too until I got up there. It wasn't so bad. There was a gorgeous view of the city from up there. It was a beautiful day too!
Fountains Place de la Concorde
Look at the restored Fountains on the Place de la Concorde.
Go to the travelogue 'Champs Elysees' to see more photographes. To visit by night when the water springs from the nozles lighted by the spots.
The Olympia Music Hall is to Paris what Carnegie Hall is to New York City-- a mythical, almost mystical venue for outstanding artists. Since 1889 Parisians have thrilled to top musical telent at this location. Like Carnegie Hall or Radio City Music Hall, the Olympia had a near dance with a wrecking ball, but saner minds prevailed.
I've had the pleasure of seeing two performers here, Liane Foly some time ago and Lara Fabian a few weeks ago. Lara was superb, stellar, outstanding, breath-taking, superior, soul-shaking... a true peak experience. Her voice, stage presence, beauty, and great band made for a truly remarkable evening. All this was enhanced by the musical ghosts wandering the Olympia Hall. I know I caught a glimpse of Edith Piaf, and was that Josephine Baker in the corner of my eye?
On the stage in the coming months: Van Morrison, Art Garfunkel, Roch Voisine, the Scissor Sisters, Madeleine Peyroux, Lynda Lemay, Laurent Voulzy, Pat Metheny, Eddy Mitchell, Zucchero, and Patti Smith! Visit the website for a complete schedule.
28, boulevard des Capucines - 75009
Photo by Anthony Atkielski
Cimetiere Pere Lachaise
The Cimetière du Père Lachaise is the largest cemetery in Paris, and one of the most famous cemeteries in the world. Located in the 20th arrondissement, Pere-Lachaise Cemetery is reputed to be the most visited cemetery in the world, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors a year to the graves of the those who have enhanced French life over the past 200 years.
Many famous people are buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery, such as Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Maria Callas, Delacroix, Moliere and many others.
Make sure you buy a map of the cemetery at the entrance, so you can find your way around it. The whole place is a great escape from the noise and traffic of the Paris centre. You can just stroll around and admire the many tomps.