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Spring in Karlsruhe


Spring in Ulm


Spring in Wilhemshaven


Spring in Freiburg

Dad I can wear a dress too

 


Spring in Freudenstadt


Spring in Baden-Baden


Saint Peter’s Basilica. Vatican.

Saint Peter’s Basilica.


Evening in Rome

It is hard to imagine what is going on nowadays in Rome. But in October 2018 it was as always beautiful, pleasant and hospitable place for tourists. The following pictures showing one evening promenade around the city. Days in October are not so long this is why in just three or so hours the sunlight faded away.

Ancient Rome Ruins

 

Evening Shadows

 

Domes of Rome

 

Piazza Venezia

 

Unione Militare

 

Piazza di Spagna

 

Trattoria Romana, Piazza di Spagna

 

Evening Sky in Rome

 

Lion Fountain, Piazza del Popolo

 

Sofia, Piazza Napoletana

 

Street Fruit Market

 

Benso Restaurant patio

 

Fountain Trevi in the Evening

 

Ancient Aqueduct


Piazza Navona, Rome

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is the beautiful tourist place – square of three fountains.

Fountain of Neptune

 

Fiumi Fountain

 

Fontana del Moro


Piazza del Popolo, Rome

Lion Fountain in Rome

Piazza del Popolo, Rome


Piazza dela Republica, Florence

Piazza della Repubblica is one of the main squares in Florence and marks the center of the city since Roman times. The Colonna della Dovizia or also known as the Column of Abundance marks the point where the cardus and decumanus maximi met and where the Roman forum stood.

Colonna della Dovizia

Column of Abundance


Le Grand Colbert


While being in Paris the restaurant Le Grand Colbert was chosen for the fortieth anniversary lunch. It is located on a quiet small street Rue Vivienne right behind Palais-Royal. To avoid crowd we decided to come there a little bit later than regular lunch hours. What a surprise was waiting for us? The entrance door did not have a handle to come in. I tried to knock, and then made a signs through the window to waitress to open the door, but no reaction followed. We were about to leave with a huge frustration. Suddenly the car stopped in front of an entrance and a young man with a bouquet of flowers came to the door. Somebody from inside opened the door for him. I asked this person if they are opened and work and had the positive answer. Then I told him they are in trouble because there is no handle that means no customers. 🙂 He was really surprised, apologized and invited us inside. From this point the rest of visit was amazing.
The restaurant is really inviting and homey. Soft light, comfortable couches and chairs, and nice staff made environment friendly and cozy. But the real pleasure came with wine and meals. Food was delicious. Desert impressed us totally. The restaurant is not pricy at all – reasonable money for the delicious food.
Now I understand why the movie “Something’s Gotta Give” used to make one scene in here.

 


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Rain in the City

Rainy day in Paris


Sweet November in Paris

Plane tree leaf

The beginning of November in Paris this year is awesome. Warm and sunny days were much appreciated by local people and tourists. It does not look like there is a slow season in Paris. Although November is the last autumn month there are plenty of tourists in the city. Anyway, Paris is beautiful in any season and you can enjoy walking around lovely attractions, beautiful streets full of shops, cafe, restaurants, souvenir boutiques and many other interesting places. It is for sure Moveable Feast as it was said long time ago by Ernest Hemingway.


Agawa Canyon Water Falls

BRIDAL VAIL FALLS

 

 

BLACK BEAVER FALLS

Black Beaver Falls

 

SOUTH BLACK BEAVER FALLS


Agawa Canyon


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Agawa Canyon Train

Agawa Canyon Tour


April in Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden is a spa town in southwestern Germany’s Black Forest, near the border with France. Its thermal baths led to fame as a fashionable 19th-century resort. Alongside the Oos River, park-lined Lichtentaler Allee is the town’s central promenade.


What is real?

Cafe Zurich

In the Mirror…

People of Barcelona

…and beyond


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Champs-Élysées, Paris

Champs Elysees


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Starting our Life together in Paris!

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Sacré-Cœur, Paris

Sacré-Cœur, Basilica

Church “Holy Heart” (Sacré-Coeur) – one of the many iconic places in Paris. Everyone who has visited once this city, of course, have their own preferences, favorite places and their priorities among the most famous monuments of architecture and art. Therefore, to evaluate and build all of Paris attractions in some sequence is not necessary. Let everyone decide for themselves what is the most attractive and valuable in this city.
However, the Sacré Coeur is one of the most outstanding monuments of Paris. First, its location on the heights of Montmartre attracts and intrigues tourists, makes you want to see it up close and examine in detail. Secondly, this church still has its own unique character and history. It really deserves the attention and visits.

 


The Petit Trianon, Versailles

Marie Antoinette
The Petit Trianon is hidden but important part of Versailles. This small Palace is simple and cozy and looks prettier unlike the main Palace of Versailles. Basically this place is associated with Marie Antoinette who breathed new life into it and gave a special charm.


Paris, Ontario

Ontario small touristic town

In front and behind the Paris window

If you missed one of the World’s famous city just look around. For sure you can find city, town, or village with the same name in your own country. Visit it and try to find there what you missed. I think there is something special almost in every replica that remind you the original one.
There is a small cute town Paris in the province of Ontario, Canada. If you turn on your imagination you can definitely feel here the rhythm of Big Paris. At least crowd of tourists will bring you there.