Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Day 10 - 3rd Day in Paris - Notre Dame & the Lourve

The famous hunchback Notre Dame Cathedral Church.
Summer time is apparently full of visitors and you are bound to queue a long queue for an entrance.
Some of the photos we took at this church.
Our lunch at a typical cafe of Paris.
As you eat & drink you see people passing by .... what a sight.
The L'Annexe cafe.
It was time to enter the Lourve Pyramid, long queue but moving .....

You have to pay 20 Euro dollar for an entry.
Crowded & crowded..... everywhere. I just wonder are there so many lovers of arts or history. Definitely not me.
So many people taking photo of Mona Lisa ... it is just like a size of a stamp on a wall from here....
I think most of the visitors just came for this drawing.....the rest looks the same.
At a shopping street of Paris.
A concrete table tennis table at a public park even the net is of steel. Great idea indeed.
After a long day of sight seeing we were tired and wanted to rest our limbs as soon as possible. Immediately upon reaching Montmartre we hopped into this fast food outlet for dinner.

From our hostel room we appreciated the beauty of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart Church sitting at the highest point in Paris with the sun setting off at nearly 10pm in the night, what an amazing experience!!
Of course with a bottle of wine and some tit bits.... Goodnite......

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