It’s been six months since a group of Islamic State gunmen turned their weapons on Paris.
This week, outdoor terraces at the same cafes where people were shot in November were full of people.
But for those who lived through the attacks, the memories are still painful.
Parisian Aurelia Gilbert, 43, was in the Bataclan nightclub with friends on Nov. 13 when gunmen started firing on the crowd.
She was on the right side of the orchestra pit when she heard shots and screaming and got down on the floor.