Rue Mouffetard at Night


Our neighborhood is bustling during the day. There’s a primary school and during recess the cries, shouts, laughs, and yelling of children echoes off all the buildings. There’s a couple of universities within a stone’s throw as well as a resto U or student cafeteria. And just beyond all of that is the Rue Mouffetard – bustling street of shops, cafés, produce markets, boulangeries, boucheries, and more. While a lot of locals shop here, it’s also a tourist destination so it’s really busy. The main street is usually crowded with leisurely strolling people, munching on a crépe or kebab. It’s a great street.

At night it’s a completely different story.

All buttoned up, still, and yet welcoming.

About Rebecca

Hi! After five years in Europe, I'm adjusting to life back in the US. I use this blog to record my adventures, post photos, organize recipes, and post about things that interest me.
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8 Responses to Rue Mouffetard at Night

  1. xandreverkes says:

    Oh how I long for one of those yummy chocolate crepes!!! They haunt my cravings… 😉 Love the colour in the shot…. gives it sooooo much atmosphere!!! 🙂 **

  2. Love this image. Cobblestones, (nearly) deserted, fairy lights and warmth. Beautiful!

  3. audrey says:

    love this shot too!
    would love to walk along it and talk…

  4. POP says:

    It looks and is a street of tales

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