how to get... where?

Harold is getting good at finding his way around. Paris is a big city, full of neighborhoods and narrow streets that turn into “other named” streets and there’s “place des” this and “place des” that. It’s easy to get turned around. But I imagine one becomes more and more familiar when having to navigate Parisian streets on a more regular basis. I like the streets around the Pantheon… you can see the Eiffel Tower on one side… and then look down another street and see it down to the river and beyond. What a view (it’s up the hill)…! But I really love St. Germain-des-Pres area. The streets are artsy (there’s the art school right there) and there are interesting art galleries and stores to fall into.

near the Too-ler-ees!