It’s a beautiful sunny Sunday in Paris and I could not miss the opportunity to join the locals at the Place des Vosges for a casual lay down and Sunday reading. What am I reading: Hemingway’s ‘A Moveable Feast’.
This is the oldest park in Paris in the Marais district surrounded by 17th century house fronts all built to the same design. At no. 6 lived Victor Hugo of Les Miseables fame, today it’s a museum in his honour.
Many art gallery shops showcasing artworks and cafés are located in the square. Ok, I’ve shared enough, I’m getting back to enjoying the sun and some Hemingway!