Paris Christmas markets were full of mulled wine, sparkling lights and nutella crepes
Art posters and vintage books along the Seine Christmas day
Mouline de la Galette in Montmarte is a 17th centurey windmill whose name comes from the owners making a brown bread, a galette, that became popular.
Moulin Rouge, birthplace of the can-can
Latin Quarter, Paris
Browsing books in Montmarte
Oscar Wilde's tomb in the Père Lachaise Cemetery had to be covered with glass to make it 'kiss proof' as lipstick grease was eroding the monument
View of Sacre Coeur from the roof of Galeries Layfayette, where you can ice skate with unobstructued views of Paris