Visiting places in Paris is nice, but meeting people and visiting those places with friends, tourists and strangers makes it an amazing experience. I spent another summer in Paris and still there. In this post I share pictures of some activities in summer 2015.
I invited my sister Dima to visit Paris and here is Dima climbing the Eiffel tower. We made it all the way up to the second floor. That is 704 steps on the stairs!
And we continued to the top of the tower. We were up and the sun is going down. A perfect afternoon and the view live is thousand times even better that what you can see in the picture.
From this angle, you can see the Arc de Triomphe in the backround.
On our way back, we met tiny people dancing in Trocadéro. And Wow, they are so young and sooooooooooo cute! They dance, they fall, they get up and continue dancing!!!
This is the famous “I love you” wall. The lady is Dima my sister! lol ????
A walk in the streets of paris with friends and an american tourist.
A lunch with friends and tourists at Jad’s place.
Below the center of the Eiffel tower with friends and tourists ????
Jad and I organized this picnic and we sent an open invitation for people to join us! Many of them arrived after taking this picture and we are still in touch with some of the participants. It is really amazing to meet new people in Paris.
This was a great picnic too!
Also with friends and tourists in front of Moulin Rouge.
This is Sacré Coeur in the background and the lady holding the camera shooted fascinating pictures (below).
This picture was taken by Svitlana Trukhachova during a fireshow. Unbelievable!
So is this one. I couldn’t decide which one is better, so I put both of them.
With Darine and Jad. Every time we visit Sacré Coeur, we sit down here and listen to this guitar player.
Yeah, I know. Beautiful ladies ????
Visiting the Eiffel tower with other tourists traveling the world. Just happy about being in paris and meeting new people.
Time goes by, but those great moments will be remembered.
Warm Greetings to the people who made my summer not just another summer in Paris!
Friends, family, tourists and locals that I met, without forgetting my colleagues at Siemens for whom I dedicated another post My internship at Siemens.
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