Diane, A Broad
March 27, 2013

Walking Home

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After dinner at Les Cocottes last week, I eschewed the metro for a chilly walk back home, accompanied the whole way by the good ol’ iron lady herself.

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I ran into something I didn’t even know existed in Paris: the flamme de la Liberté, a full-sized replica of the Statue of Liberty’s flame.

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And then, of course, the bling. I never get tired of this.

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I recently got a new camera — a Sony NEX-6 — and this was the first night I’d taken her out for a spin. I have a feeling we’re going to get along just fine.

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  • http://expatedna.com Edna

    bokehhhhh.

    • http://dianeabroad.com Diane, A Broad

      ……..eeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhhh………..

  • http://kitkatkmt.wordpress.com Kristin

    Beautiful. Those are big parts of what I miss about Paris. Thank you for sharing.

    • http://dianeabroad.com Diane, A Broad

      Thanks for the kind words!

  • http://entirely-unoriginal.blogspot.com Arielle

    ughhhhh so jealous

    • http://dianeabroad.com Diane, A Broad

      Bitch, just come visit already.

  • Ken Handel

    I never get tired of viewing Paris…it’s like an adult theme park. Going for a walk, people watching, then sitting down at a cafe for a coffee or glass of wine? It doesn’t get much better. Don’t know if you’re aware of it, but once, while sitting on the Lincoln Center fountain in NYC, I looked off in the distance and there, on top of an apartment building, was a small replica of the Statue of Liberty.

    • http://dianeabroad.com Diane, A Broad

      I agree, visiting Paris really is like going to a theme park… though living here can be a bit different. There are a few Statues of Liberty around the city, actually, including in front of the Musée des Arts et Métiers.