Paris Part III

My days of scrapbooking are over. This blog has definitely become my new travel journal- thanks to everyone who has been following along. Now, the last of the photos from Paris!Eiffel TowerParisParis

^^ I fell in love with all the little cafés and their delicious food. I did not leave Paris hungry! I had the best falafel of my life on Rue de Rosiers. I definitely recommend checking it out. ^^DSC_0582Boats Paris

^^^ The Luxembourg gardens were the place to be on Thursday afternoon. There were tons of happy children running around with ice cream and older folks lounging in chairs. ^^^Notre Dame^^^ I waited in the wrong line for and hour to see the inside of the Cathedral… I met an American couple in line and had a great conversation with them, so it wasn’t a complete waste of time. It is free (a college students favorite word) to enter the Cathedral and walk around. There were also FREE restrooms and Wifi behind the Cathedral- my kind of place! ^^^ 
Musée d'Orsay

^^^ I decide not to go inside the Louvre Museum on this trip. I had a small amount of time and knew I would not be able to see much (I was overwhelmed by the size just from standing outside). Instead, I went to the Musée d’Orsay. The museum is in a renovated train station that has a very interesting layout. More of my preference of art too. ^^^ Paris

^^^ Watching the sunset along the river is the thing to do. ^^^

Read more about my trip to Paris here and here.

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