Love it or hate it you’d by hard pressed to deny that spending an afternoon wandering around Paris is a bad thing. It’s the kind of city that presents post card views around every corner. The above was snapped right next to the Sacre Coeur Basilica after I’d taken the long way to get there and was lamenting just how many steps can be found in that part of town.
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So your saving to backpack Europe only you don’t know how much you really need. Your friend says they spent this much, you asked everybody on facebook and even gave google a shot but your still not sure. I did the same thing and came up with a miss mash of information, none of it really answering my question, how much money do I need to backpack Europe? The worst […]
Museums don’t come much bigger than the Louvre in Paris. So walking into the courtyard of the Louvre and spying the great glass pyramid ahead of me, while the rest of the building wraps around you is a sight to experience. It might be one of the most popular tourist attractions around, but even to just walk the building without going inside is a must in my opinion. After all […]
Before I stopped off to check out the Eiffel Tower, I grabbed some lunch and relaxed while watching the cars navigate around the Arc de Triomphe. I must have seen a million photos of this site and heard the stories about the cars driving around it. So I’ll be the first to say to see it with my own eyes was just incredible. The sheer size of the massive roundabout […]
Now that I’m all abroad and travelling around I have decided to introduce a featured photo from my travels. I hope to make it a weekly affair but lets just play it by ear shall we. This week is of course a photo of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. I know its touristy and the lines are generally long but c’mon its Paris how can you not visit it and […]
Perhaps I was finally over the jetlag or maybe my marathon day exploring Paris yesterday was to blame, but I slept way later than originally planned. Luckily for me so did my dorm mate from Spain which meant I had someone to explore the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay with. Sneaking into the Louvre via the train station that stops below allowed us to avoid the lines of people entering through […]