Near the Moulin Rouge, Starbucks in Montmartre, Paris. A welcome break halfway to our destination. . .
|Starbucks in Montmartre, Paris by Green Eye|
The square cut cobbled stone of Pere Lachaise's streets in the autumn. Step carefully, as this isn't a completely flat surface. It forces a respectful pace.
|Pere Lachaise cobblestones, Paris, by DG Hudson|
The Eiffel Tower seen from ground level, the Trocadero in the lower centre of the photo. The blue building on the left is the entrance to the tower elevator.
Paris advertising on the Champ Elysees using two images of Brigitte Bardot.
|Champ Elysses, Paris, by DG Hudson|
|Winston Churchill in bronze, Paris, by DG Hudson|
Sometimes, it's the little things that stand out in our memory. For that, you need to be on the sidewalk, at street level.
How do you remember your travels? Do you keep notes, use a journal, record videos or photograph everything? Please share in the comments.
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