On Matt’s birthday we made chocolate cake. Whilst it was baking in the oven we talked about our late break holiday that my Dad had booked us all on to Paris, France.
It was only a one hour flight from Manchester and it was somewhere that Matt, Tom and I had always wanted to visit.
We were looking forward to seeing all the sights and with a bit of luck some sunny weather was predicted.
We arrived in the early evening so we decided our first foray into Paris would be along the River Seine to see Notre Dame Cathedral. The views along the banks of the Seine were exquisitely beautiful and it made for a fabulous first evening in Paris.
Outside “The Louvre” with my lovely brothers.
We decided to walk along the banks of “La Seine” to “Notre-Dame de Paris”
Outside “Notre-Dame de Paris”
In the “Square Jean XXIII” where small concerts are often performed.
Lover’s padlocks on the “Pont de L’Archeveche”.
Just taking 5 minutes before heading back to the hotel.
River boat cruises are very popular.
We saw Graffiti on the tops of buildings and you have to ask “How” and “Why”.
Intriguing, does anybody know what this is ?
Paris art, “Oh La La, does my bottom look big in this?” lol
We visited the “Opera National de Paris” later in the week. We saw it when we first arrived and I’ll tell you more about it in my next post.