Walking the 15th

Walking in Paris is an experience. There is always new things no matter how many times you walk on the same street. Walking becomes more enjoyable when you are with a group of people. Today, I went exploring 15th arrondissement as part of the walking tour organized by Sab.

We started at Pont du Garigliano and finished in Montparnasse. The walk lasted a little more than 2 hours. During the walk, we passed three parks, old Paris railway, hidden Russian church, artist's recluse and buildings with varying architectural style.

The icing on the cake was the impromptu Indian dinner in Saravanaa Bhavan. Click on the video to enjoy a short video featuring the sights from the walking tour.


  1. What a wonderful walk .Beautiful sights.Loved the interesting looking doors and windows(specially the blue one) you captured.Indian thali looks yums.Thanks for sharing the video Nona.

  2. How can you be in Paris and have lunch at Sarvana Bhawan!

  3. @Kavita - The blue one is special. But I couldn't capture it fully. The door number in Paris is usually written on blue background. But this door has the door number written in white background.

    @Madhulika - It was fun.

    @Purba - Good question. After walking, we were all sitting in a cafe. So, we ended up sharing the names of our favorite restaurants. One thing led to another and we were in Saravanaa Bhavan. :)

  4. Lovely pics...haven't been to Paris, so this was a nice treat...


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