Hello everyone !
New day, new week, new year ! And Summer at last. All wrapped in this beautiful day.
Today is a big day for me because it’s the blog first anniversary. Such a happy moment !
Thank you so much for being here and celebrate with me.
And it felt good to start this new step with a new project about Paris and its beautiful iconic little places hidden here and there.
This post start a new series in which I will bring you explore some forgotten streets, courtyards or whatever cute places tourists never get the chance to see and most Parisian don’t even know about.
Today, I invite you to discover a charming tiny private street called the Villa Hallé. It is a quiet 19th century dead-end pedestrian alley built above the famous Parisian catacombs but you would never guess. I especially love the timeless atmosphere of the cobblestones, pretty low houses and gorgeous flowers.
Let’s go and I hope you enjoy it !