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Second Empire Paris... Belle Epoque Paris.. 1920s Paris...

Good morning

Musings on another upcoming trip to Paris, this time, in December with some new friends!

I'm doing some readings (when am I not, actually...) and am thinking of a theme around visiting places/buildings from different eras, and probably "by era" for each outing. "Midnight in Paris" was also an inspiration, but this doesn't have to be a quest to find all the MiP venues. Granted, I know when you are in Paris you are completely surrounded by all various eras, but this theme would bring a little order to that. Photography figures highly into this, of course.

I'm also thinking of expanding on my previous "Paris by Color" sets of photos, but that's more of a found treasure kind of outing rather than a real plan. Here is that link, in case you would like to see it:

http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/paris-by-color-photos.cfm

So, for anyone who cares to join in, what do you think, and do you have any favorites from different eras to visit when you are there?

Thanks!

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