Montmartre sits on top of a hill and the views of Paris from here are quite nice. Back in the 18th century, it was a hangout of impressionist artists like Renoir, Monet, and my all-time favorite, Van Gogh.
Here's Le Moulin de la Galette, still around today, which appeared in one of Renoir's famous paintings, Bal du Moulin de la Galette.
I kept walking, looking for a place to have a coffee, and for whatever reason, my sight rested on an interesting doorplate on my left.
I stopped dead on my tracks.
Here are a few more pictures of our temporary Parisian neighborhood, sans the Sacre Couer (some of those pictures from last year are here).
Coming up... Les Puces... The Parisian Flea Market!