At the edge of Paris, a city-themed miniature golf course caught PHeymont's attention.
PHeymont shares a memory of Paris, and an impromptu puppet show on a late-night train.
The temporary summer beaches that have become a tradition along the Seine and the Bassin de la Villette will soon return.
Preparation continues for the delicate task of restoring the badly-damaged cathedral.
This year's lockdown rules and a focus on health care are behind plans for a very different 14th of July in Paris.
Along with some Covid-19 restrictions, Paris is opening the forecourt of the damaged cathedral; lead dust has been removed.
A punnish store sign in Paris gave PHeymont a chuckle and a photo op.
Paris and other cities will have to find other ways to enforce social distancing as privacy concerns shoot down their drones.
Built as a centenary tribute to the Métro, the Place Colette entrance at Palais Royal/Louvre makes a strong contrast to the Art Nouveau originals
Rents are capped by new laws, but a consumer group survey found many violations in housing-tight Paris.
Restoring the famed cathedral is turning out to be a far more complex task than even the pessimists imagined.
Paris is following the lead of Marseille by limiting the number of scooter companies to a manageable and licensed few.
The Louvre has returned Mona Lisa to display and has a new plan for giving everyone a (short) moment to view or take a selfie.
The Sea Bubble catamaran is back in Paris tests, and this time it looks like it may be ready for prime time.
Record-breaking crowds for a show of the Egyptian boy-king's artifacts lead to an extension.