Dining area of my host family. I love the wooden table, chairs and shelves because they are perfectly in accordance with the tone of the neighborhood.
On my way up to the Sacré-Coeur. Lots of studios of artists can be found here.
The back of Sacré-Coeur
The detail of front exterior.
Voila! The breath-taking view from the top of Montmartre. This is definitely a great place to look at the sunrise. Can you see the sacred light?
A typical french meal: tartine baked with goat cheese and honey + salad.
Full view of the center of the garden. People relaxing around the pond.
Another thing I noticed about Paris is that no matter what day it is, as long as the museums are open, they are always flooded with people who are eager to appreciate artworks. Today is the last day of Easter break (dete de Pâques), when most boutiques and boulangeries are closed. On my way home, I walked past Musée du Luxembourg and saw a long line outside the door, which reminded me of a similar scene at Musée d'art Naïf, a small museum for contemporary art in Montmartre.
The beauty of Paris comes from inside.