Air France, an old postcard
Postcard of the Trocadero fountains
An old postcard of Place de la Concorde
Concorde from my car
The Musee Guimet is a wonderful Asian art museum. It was renovated a few years ago and has a gift store, cafe and auditorium.
Teenagers in Paris are mostly thin and dressed in solid dark colors. A lot of them ride motorcycles and mopeds to school.
Someone thought he could park in a crosswalk.
On the side of the Eglise d'Auteuil, 16e
At the little boathouse you can rent rowboats when the weather is warm.
Neuilly-sur-Seine is a suburb of Paris, really part of Paris on the northwest edge. It is a byword in France for wealth.
There is a new two-way bicycle path along the river at the Cours de la Reine between Trocadero and Place de l'Alma.
On the Champ-Elysées near Séphora and the Marriott. The sign says that Thomas Jefferson, ambassador to France and then President of the United States, used to live on that spot (before the avenue was built, actually). Put up in 1919 by the alumni of the University of Virginia who fought in World War I.
This is the best salad stand at the marché, so there is usually a long line of people waiting to buy. The day I took this photo, there were four different colors of carrots.
The Musée Galliéra is the fashion museum. It's surprisingly small in spite of its large exterior. There is a very pleasant garden behind it.