hmeeson Walking through the fête. 21h

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hmeeson A cozy little jewel near Notre-Dame. 1d

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hmeeson Love locks. They make for pretty pictures of romantic notions, but the bridges they're on are looking downright derelict under their weight these days. 2d
  •   shutterdoodles Does the city try to remove them? 2d
  •   hmeeson @katiemayors Yeah, there are sections on this bridge and Pont des Arts that are boarded over because the metal barriers are bent or have broken completely. The city started a new campaign against them last week. Will be interesting to see if it changes anything. 2d
  •   hmeeson @shutterdoodles You know, it used to seem they'd cut them off from time to time in years past. But it seems like maybe they got out if control? I don't really know. But ... the city started a new campaign against them last week. 2d
  •   shutterdoodles I hope they find a solution! 2d
  •   spirson BRB inventing LightLocks 2d
  •   lindakaren24 My love lock is there2d
  •   nikolasminare Pont des Arts :) 1d
  •   whatthehutch Hah! They are very romantic and beautiful, but such irony! Love it. 22h

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hmeeson Walking by, we stopped for a drink just because I wanted to look at it longer. Wood, tile, metal, and pretty typography in a cool little space. 2d

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hmeeson My summer addiction: Amorino. I've tried Berthillon, Grom, Pozzetto, and others but none have knocked Amorino out of my top spot. 2d

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hmeeson Usually, the murmur that rises up from Paris by day is the city talking; in the night it is the city breathing; but here it is the city singing. | Victor Hugo 3d

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hmeeson It's a jungle out there. (Walking through the Marché aux Fleurs and enjoying the hydrangeas.) 3d

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hmeeson I wish I could bring them all back to Colorado with me. (But it's probably for the best considering my luck with plants.) 4d

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hmeeson So many pretty little crooked doorways ... 4d

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hmeeson When I first read Bir-Hakeim Metro stop would be closed for most of our visit, I was a little bummed - it's the closest stop to our apartment and I was used to it. But I've discovered new (and, dare I say, even easier paths to get around as a result). It also means I walk across Pont de Bir-Hakeim at least once a day, enjoying the view. 4d

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hmeeson Lights off, lights on. Hours-long picnics are the best. 6d

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hmeeson We've been making the yummiest eggs with lardons for breakfast. (It has nothing to do with how pretty they look, of course.) 6d

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hmeeson Legendary fallafel joint in the Marais. The workers trumpeting it outside will be the first to tell you it's the best in the world. I haven't eaten tons of fallafel so I don't know about that, but they were pretty good (and I'll go back for sure). 7d

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hmeeson Wandering. At the corner of Rue Saint Antoine. 1w

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hmeeson A cold eclair, filled with ice cream, may be even better than the standard. 1w

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hmeeson Green apple, lemon yuzu, and apricot (among others). Yummy and pretty. 1w

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