Everyone comes to Paris for a different reason. Some people come for a visit and stay. Others are drawn here like a magnet or a fly to flypaper, or a finger stuck to paper with super glue! Or it was written in the stars ….
Those that write about Paris are as varied as a bouquet of flowers covering subjects as numerous as the petals on a Blue Gem flower. Some who photograph Paris, are drawn to a view as if it is mystical; others to document a moment.
It is with pleasure that I share links to Paris bloggers and photographers and artists:
Out and About in Paris – Mary Kay has a Navigo travel card she feels compelled to use. Thus, she is out and about exploring the city for the next couple of years. Mary Kay has first had tips for what to do, see, eat and explore.
Paris Wise – Christopher Beck
Paris (Im)perfect – Sion Dyson
Prêt à Voyager – Anne S. Ditmeyer
Eiffel4ever – Johann and his wife are fond of the Eiffel Tower
Blogs and businesses:
Chez Grace – Grace Teshima, Curator
Bonjour Paris – Karen Fawcett
Paris on Demand Pierre Antoine Dubosc
The objective is to share my passion for Paris and help tourists visiting Paris :
– find trip tips
– discover addresses
– find information on events, exhibitions…
– understand the Parisian way of life
Paris artists, writers, photographers:
Mosaic – Dominque Pernot, mosaic and stone artist
David Downie – author
Allison Harris – photographer
Paris Revisted – Gary Lee Kraut
The Beginners Lens Guy Yang – The Beginners’ Lens provides the best tips, tricks, and tutorials to photographers of all levels. Climb the photography learning curve, at their own speed, whatever the starting point.
Hexagon Accessories – Laurie Pike (Paris Blog) Hexagon jewelry and accessories are made from rehabilitated vintage and contemporary materials.
Paris Pilates – Andrea Lafleur is a Certified Pilates Instructor
Paris Perspectives – Pamela Grant is a conférencier diplômés (official French licensed guide)
Paris-Walks – Peter and Oriel Caine
Discover Paris! Tom and Monique
Paris Private Guides Christopher Back, Director – they help those with limited mobility
Nuit Blanche Tours – Karen Henrich
Tap Books – Karen Henrich
David Henry – photographer, instructor
ParlerParis – property and services
My Little Paris – Kanako Kuno, Illustrator
Time Traveler Tours – Sarah Towle
Short Breaks to Paris – Karen Henrich – author (Practical Paris 2015) and a easy-to-read list of helpful links to how to make your Paris visit practical.