Postcards from Paris

Two different perspectives of the Eiffel Tower

Luckily all three of us are feeling a bit stronger. To celebrate that fact we spent our first full day in Paris mostly underground and surrounded by death.

The Catacombs have been a Paris tourist attraction for centuries. While the tunnels were never that narrow, we nonetheless worries about accidentally brushing up against the bones.
Our Airbnb hostess lays out this delicious spread each morning. We can get used to this.
Looking out from Shakespeare and Company. Founded by Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company was the place to be for Lost Generation writers like Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald. They were also the first to publish James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Just chilling in the City of Lights

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