Hello! I had a Hello Cappuccino in Marais district. Yes, it was Sunday of course! It seems like all Parisians came to Marais. I couldn’t have a famous Falafel because of a looooong queue. So sad. It was difficult to find a free seat in cafes. And I found a Parisian couple was having lunch outside under the umbrella even though it was raining. C’est tres romantique!
As soon as I stepped outside, there was abandoned furniture. OMG! The perfect color matching with my ootd! Someone is moving from our apartment I guess. These abandoned furnitures seem like a art work. I rode Velib Bicycle for five minutes just in front of apartment. Because it was my last day of Velib. 😀
After doing some shopping in Passy, we moved to Saint-Germain-des-Pres. I bought some baby clothes at Bonpoint for my nephew and niece. This shop in Saint-Sulpice is really huge. I like cute interior design here. There is a cafe/restaurant inside. I want to buy everything in advance for my future baby even though I’m not pregnant. 😀
And we had strong chocolat viennois at Cafe de Flore. So good!
Italian painter and sculptor, Lucio Fontana at Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris! I could see many his works never known before. I knew only one series of his works(get canvas torn). 😀 So it was good to learn of a wide range of his works. Last video one is my favorite. I couldn’t recognize the narrow entrance if a keeper didn’t tell me about it. Along the maze, you can reach the Fontana’s major work. Wow!
I found a cute ice cream vintage car near Champs-Elysees!
We had a lunch at Monsieur Bleu, in Palais de Tokyo. The weather was hot to eat outside but Parisians were on terrace. Food was delicious and we could see Eiffel Tower from the terrace.
And slow motion video inspired by Bill viola. 😀
We stayed at Parisien apartment in 16th arrondissement for 10 days. I loved big window and long balcony here. The neighborhood was very calm. We rent this apartment by Airbnb. You can rent local apartments/houses in reasonable price.
I bought fun postcards from Colette. And l‘Eclair de Genie! These eclairs are awesome!