Nothing better than a Sunday walk in the Parc Monceau. DH is napping so the Little Miss and I take the bus and enter by the avenue Velasquez entrance.
The buildings on this street are amazing. Wouldn’t it be great to live here?
A statue dedicated to author, Edouard Pailleron, in front of more gorgeous residences — who lives *there*?
The pyramid Monceau. One of the fun “folies” to be found in the parc.
(Left) An amazing climbing tree. (Middle) Arches are always so elegant. (Right) A statue dedicated to author, Guy de Maupassant.
How many generations of Parisian children have played on these swings? So sweet.
A new feature in the park: a Japanese garden.
But what’s going to be installed here? Can’t wait to see!
Very romantic lake.
So pretty on a sunny day. Or like today, when the sun finally peeps out!
Pony rides are obviously a favourite with all the children. Can’t wait until Little Miss is old enough to take her first balade.
A spin on the Merry-Go-Round is another must.
A Merry-Go-Round in Paris is always magical!
After a lovely walk, Little Miss and I leave by the avenue Velasquez again. Goodbye Parc Monceau, see you again soon!
Parc Monceau, 35 Boulevard de Courcelles, 75008, Paris. Metro° Monceau.