so. we went to the louvre on a cold and rainy day. not perfect for standing outside in line for three hours to get in, but hey, if i took anything away from our time in paris, it’s that you have to wait in line. a lot.
i come by my nose honestly as you can see. [tiles from persepolis] creeeeeeepy.
after the louvre, we went to eat at le mosquée. the food was delicious, and the building amazing. fertig.
le jardin des plantes. finally, the floral madness i was looking for. the mister knew what i was after, so we packed a picnic, and off we went.
guys, i’m really far behind here. i don’t even live in berlin anymore, and i’m still posting about vacation. my goal is to get three posts a week up till i’m up to date. so let’s pretend…
we saw the paris opera ballet student exhibition. this is when the upper level students get jobs. directors from the major ballet companies across the world come to see who they think would fit well into their companies. no pressure.
we went to the luxembourg gardens. still too much gravel for my taste, but a sunny glorious day.
the oldest street sign in paris.
then we went to notre dame. on this trip to paris, i learned the art of waiting in line. it was worth it though.