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life with eddie entails a LOT of museum going. seriously. in my 11 days in paris, we went to seven museums. the orsay was one of them…

one is not supposed to take pictures in the museum, but the french aren’t so rule bound as the germans, so i took some liberties. one of the coolest parts of the museum is their cafe. it’s BEHIND the clock. very “hugo.”


L1010101L1010091 L1010092 L1010093 L1010094 L1010095 honestly though, i was disappointed by the tulleries. i was expecting an english style garden, but, well, it was mostly gravel. a little grass. that you can’t walk on. and a cool pond where kids were racing miniature sail boats.

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allergies were a wee bit fierce.

L1010063space invader was EVERYWHERE. and really, that’s the best street art that paris had to offer.

L1010029 L1010030 L1010032L1010026L1010065the narrowest street in paris!

L1010071 L1010072the first “street sign” in paris.