A Day in Fall

 The sun was coming down from skies of blue-perfect for taking a look around the Bastille area.


The leaves are almost all down from the trees now


 Rue Lappe near Place Bastille-it used to be a place with a very bad reputation. It is mostly filled with places to eat or listen to music now.


 The angel at the top of the column is shining brightly.


 A nearby boulanger with the angel again but he is holding a baguette and a little bag filled with some French pastry.

Side Roads of Europe

2 thoughts to “A Day in Fall”

  1. I know that street — there’s a restaurant I like on Rue de Charonne — it’s fun to walk up Rue de Lappe afterwards and look at all of the club windows and club-goers.

  2. I love the little bag of pastries! The French are so great at that, pastries and packaging them in delightful ways.

    It’s fun to see Paris streets at different times of the year. I’ve only seen them in person in the middle of a very hot and muggy summer!

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