Thursday, February 9, 2012

Paris, The Quick Version, Part II

This is the rest of the Paris highlights:

Norte Dame

I was showing the pictures to Grandpa and he said that his father slept in the church during WWI. He said that the roof had been blown off. So, so neat!

We didn't see a show here, too expensive.

One of the two very large department stores in Paris. It was crazy crowded there.

Ah, The Louve. Guess what, CROWDED!! This place is so freaking huge. We spent quit a bit of time there and didn't even scratch the surface. Museums just make me tired.

Had to fight the mosh pit to get this shot.

Just a cool subway station.

We saw this place as we took a boat ride through Paris. I just fell in love with the clock. I convinced myself that this was where the movie Hugo was shot. I was disappointed to find out that the majority of the movie was shot on a set in London. Oh well...

There is still so much more to see and do. London was more of an instance hit where Paris had to grow on me. If I had to pick to live in London or Paris, I'd definitely go with London.

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1 comment:

Annette said...

Awesome! I didn't know my Grandpa Brown slept inside Notre Dame in WW1.