Impressions of Le Marais, Paris

La Marais is a district in Paris, that is spread across the 3rd and 4th arrondissement. Once the home of the Jewish community, nowadays lots of art galleries, Chinese immigrants and the LGBT community call it their home. And this is the district where Lars and I stayed during 3 sunny days in October.

Lars had found us a modest hotel near the Rue du Temple, near the St. Elisabeth church.

We are both very fond of churches, or religious buildings in general. As a  retired organ player, Lars is always curious about the organ(s) in a church or cathedral and I appreciate these buildings on an aesthetic level.

Afterwards, we soaked up some sunshine in a nearby park.

We didn’t take any pictures of the hotel or our room, but we do have photographs of the places where we ate!


1 Comment

  • GP Cox December 8, 2016 at 2:27 pm

    I’ve never been very interested in visiting France, but this does look interesting.


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