Rue des Rosiers by the Halle des Blancs
The next part of Paris to be visited was very busy. This area had been a Jewish community prior to the Nazi occupation in WW2 and on the walls of the houses I read plaques commemorating residents who had been deported to death camps. I walked up and down the streets watching passers.
One of the restaurants had an annexe across the road and this was a wedding venue. The window attacted lots of interested peop[le.
Rue du Pas de la Mule
We took it in turns to stand alongside the road and practice our panning techniques on passing cyclists.
Place des Vosges
After my turn panning I crossed over to stand by the entrance to the park to watch the pedestrian crossing.
Ile de Saint-Louis
Walking back to the Pantheon we stopped on the Ile de Saint-Louis for a short break before taking some more images. The tables outside the cafe were very busy but after a shorty wait we were seated and I enjoyed another small beer.
Across the Seine we had more views of the repairs to the Cathedrale.
A popular view for many others.
I backed up all my images from the day and headed out to find somewhere to eat. This being Saturday night everywhere was very busy. I found a restaurant down the Rue Soufflot called La Gueze that had room for one. After the meal I did have a walk along the streets surrounding the Sorbonne before heading back to the hotel for an early night.
Second day’s workshop