A: Yesterday we took our Sunday stroll in the 15th along the Seine. We popped Roxy in the poussette and hooped on the 10 line and got off at Javel. It was an incredibly windy day and walking down the street was akin to being in a wind tunnel. Our destination was Parc André Citroën, named after the car maker. (Interesting note:
Citroën was the son of a Jewish Dutch immigrant). Turned out to be a modern park with a great grassy field and several modern concrete and stone water installations that skateboarders were using as ramps during the winter. It backs up to a cobblestone promenade along the Seine and under an elevated train:
Lots of families and kids running around. Still, the overall feel was quite cold and unnatural despite the small bamboo grove. After, we strolled along the Seine for a while and posed for a few photos.
Then it was time to head back home and warm up with some chocolat chaud.