Many languages have unique words that describe something so much better than any other languages. On Fridays, regardless of the weather, I like to embody a word best described by the French. And that word is Flâneur. According to Wikipedia:
The term flâneur comes from the French masculine noun flâneur—which has the basic meanings of “stroller”, “lounger”, “saunterer”, “loafer”—which itself comes from the French verb flâner, which means “to stroll”. Charles Baudelaire developed a derived meaning of flâneur—that of “a person who walks the city in order to experience it”. Because of the term’s usage and theorization by Baudelaire and numerous thinkers in economic, cultural, literary and historical fields, the idea of the flâneur has accumulated significant meaning as a referent for understanding urban phenomena and modernity
The Wikipedia article is really good. After reading it, you may want to become a flâneur yourself.