Three Paris posts now and I know you’re wondering, when am I going to the Louvre? Today, this morning, I got there half an hour before opening because I didn’t have my ticket in advance like I should have but even those lines with tickets were getting kind of long. Now, like most people, I went straight for Mona. Everyone wants a selfie with her smile and I got one too. Be nice now, I’m not a selfie girl and so I suck at them. Once I got that out of the way I circled back and
I got on a boat. I know! I hate boats, I get sea sick, even my mom was surprised! Why? Because I met a new friend J and there was a boat cruise we decided it was a good way to spend the morning. Also it was only an hour long and it was on a canal and I didn’t get sick, I didn’t even feel woozy. Go me! On the other hand, I was not paying enough attention and so for the first time my pictures aren’t overly spectacular. A lot of them were over exposed and so they’re pretty brigh
Notre Dame is every bit as impressive as you would think it is. I got there right before 10 and made my way inside and despite the signs saying no flash, flashes were everywhere. Respect the signs people, they’re there for a reason. Anyway, I took a lap around the cathedral and even paid my way into the treasury. €5 is one of the cheapest entry fees I've found so I had no trouble paying that much. After exploring the inside I headed around to climb all the way up the towers.
I find pacing myself kind of hard to do but I think I did alright for one day! I started the morning in Monmartre, where I went to Sacré-Cœur on the very top of the hill. Now of course there are stairs and of course I climbed them, there’s also a cable car… go figure. But if I can do the Incline then these little steps can’t beat me! Anyway, this church is stunning! Absolutely beautiful and the view is nothing to sneeze at either. Now, I only took one photo of the inside, not