Another hop on the Metro and we were at Notre Dame. As an architecture junkie and big fan of gothic cathedrals, this was awesome for me. There was also a cool bookstore right there called Shakespeare and Company that we had time to run into, it was really neat.
After our very Paris dinner experience, we went to Montmartre, a church on a hill where you get the most spectacular view of the whole city. There were shops and outdoor vendors near there where I bought my first souvenir of the trip, a painting by a local artist. (Whose name I will someday add to the blog, whenever i find the business card he gave me.)
That evening some of us went to see the show at the Moulin Rouge. Wha an iconic experience. I had the cancan stuck in my head for a week. And now, it's stuck in my head again... sigh.
Marc at the train station in London. Looking pretty awesome for 4:30am!
Kirsten at the Louvre.
I'm not exactly sure what this is, but I love it. It was in the Egyptian exhibit, the display said "utensils."
Venus De Milo
It's day 3 and Eric has already established his harem. Well done Son!
LOVED the bookstore!
we had to take this trammy thing. it was a big hill.
Inside (we weren't supposed to take pictures)
Jaxon, Eric and the back of Cameron's head.
Me and Marc
Karen, Jayna and Francis