We are still not getting over Paris yet.
Edifices like the Eiffel & the Louvre blotted this city firmly with great prominence.
A must visit for most of us right?
How could we miss them.
One is attention-grabbing, interesting.
Two is still spellbinding. Sorta.
Three’s too many. Mind-numbing.
Musee du Louvre
NOT just a museum.
Exhibiting superlative artwork and masterpieces which most of them I do not really comprehend. Still I try to make some grasp out of them. Doesn’t really work though.
Me.. No sense in art. Big sigh. I still love its exterior better *doink*
Mona Lisa. Surrounded by a huge crowd trying to get some shots of the Da Vinci SMILE.
More shots on the Louvre.
Moments when getting out of the well-known museum was spent looking for a place for lunch. Ended up in Veng Hour that serves Chinese food. Have no idea what tempted us in but we just entered and were happy with it.
Noticed that most Chinese restaurants in Paris are managed by Cambodians.
Chinese fried egg noodles, Fried rice (price by grams!) and Thai styled Fish – approximately 12 Euro.
11, Rue Cossonnerie
75001 Paris, France
Tel: +33 1 40 39 93 97
Another makeup of Paris: the Eiffel Tower
After taking hundreds of photos ;P
We marched hand in hand towards the Christmas booths nearby to heal our hungry tummy.
Breads, Cookies, Cakes, Macarons. All were eye & appetite opener. But the aroma of some French snacks seized our preference for it.
Saucisse au couteau & Tartiflette au Reblochon for 7.80 Euro.
Grilling sausages and cheesy potatoes with pickled vege & onions. Inviting.
Next up: Desserts in the City of Love.
Romantic notions instantly pop into the mind when mentioned Paris, the gem in France’s tourist crown.
9 Replies to “Magnifique Paris – Part II”
sweet, as sweet as sugar and honey!
try to post up more pics ya! can’t wait to read ur post.
We at 8 Pitmedden Rd will be planning a trip to Paris this coming Easter. I guess you guys can be our guide?
very very nice pics!^^
so lovely so romantic…..the city of love!
Great to see you enjoying the city of Paris . . . yup they sell in grams so does the noodles! lol!
awww very nice post honeymoon pictures..ngek ngek ngek
the lourve was definitely the attraction for me, especially after reading the da vinci code..hahaha! the A4 side mona lisa was surprising small, right? hahaha…
very sweet.Lovely photos! What camera are u using?
more pics coming up dear! 🙂
Sure no prob ;P
we can provide you guys with a map first beforehand for you guys to study. By then, I don’t think you’ll need any more help ;P lol
Don’t worry, very easy to get around Paris 🙂 hehe..
Thanks gal! 🙂
didn’t know they sell those dishes by weight. haha… was kinda surprise they did that 🙂
Lotsa Macarons here!!! 🙂
not honeymoon yet la… I still want my REAL honeymoon! ;P hehe..
definitely. SMALLER than i expected it to be 😛
actually… was kinda disappointed. haha. But we love the Lourve’s design 🙂
hehe… thanks! Holidaying in Paris is romantic and relaxing 🙂
hi! thanks for dropping by 🙂
Chris is using the Canon DSLR EOS450 and I’m using the Canon Powershot. True Canon fan! ;P