Editor’s note: Congratulations to contributor Fern Nesson who just published a book compilation of the popular Bonjour Paris series “50 Things I Miss About Paris.” Purchase this beautiful, photography-filled book on Amazon here or contact Fern directly by email: [email protected]gmail.com. She’s offering a special deal for Bonjour Paris readers: purchase the book at cost, a $25 discount.
It’s Coronavirus hell. Paris is locked down for 15 days and, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, so am I. Travel is impossible for who knows how long but I am consoled by my memories. I’ll share them with you. Here is the first installment of a series of photo essays illustrating 50 things I miss about Paris. What do you love and miss about the French capital? Share in the comments section below.
1) Arriving at Terminal 4 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport
2) Cobblestone streets, washed with rain
3) Tea at Mariage Frères
4) Fondation Louis Vuitton
Lead photo credit : Rain-washed cobblestone streets. Photo: Fern Nesson