|This little piece of art was on a wall along Rue de Birague,|
after leaving the Place des Vosges
This old clock dates back to 1640, but has been incorporated into the facade of a modern apartment block.
Next along the street is the doorway of an old house, Hôtel Raoul, which was built in 1810 and demolished in 1961. All that remains is the old doorway - behind it is another modern apartment block.
We passed a shop specialising in mirrors (possibly even bathroom mirrors) - which made for some wonderful reflections, of which these are just a couple.
Then we crossed the Seine over the Pont de Sully - views from there. We don't often end up looking up towards the back of Notre-Dame, I liked that aspect.
|Pont de la Tournelle|
And since that is more than enough photos for one post, it looks as if Day 3 also is going to run to a Part 3!