Paris may be known for delectable macarons and amazing museums, but I can never get enough of the gorgeous doors that line the city streets.
Here are a few of my favorites from our recent visit. The first two were just down the block from our hotel on the Boulevard de La Tour-Maubourg. It took us 10 minutes just to walk down to the adorable corner cafe for our morning coffee and croissant, since I kept stopping to snap pictures.
Here are a couple of addresses I specifically sought out - and Scott sweetly indulged my desire to do photo sessions in front of them.
74 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine - a third floor flat at this Latin Quarter address was the first Paris home of Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley.
What are some of the out-of-the-ordinary sights you seek out when traveling?