After our first day in Paris, where we saw most of the major landmarks, we took things a bit slower. I posted on Instagram toward the end of our trip about how happy I was that I only took the Fuji X100s with me to Europe. And as I’ve been (slowly) going through all the photos, I’ve been consistently blown away by the quality that little guy has. If you’re on the fence about the X100s, just do it. Seriously.
Anyway, this is our second day in Paris (Notre Dame, Pantheon, and randomness).
OMG, seriously, can I just live here forever?
The sweet lady sitting next to us at lunch didn’t speak a lick of English but offered to take our picture anyway. So great.
The Mister was a fantastic navigator. We didn’t have any data on our phones so we had to get around the old fashioned way. With MAPS. We got lost a few times, but we always got where we were going.
Voltaire’s tomb. Never learned about him in school so I have no idea what he was about. Seriously, I only know his name from the Princess Diaries movie…
Funny story. Breakfast at our hotel in Paris was SO expensive, but there was a bakery and grocery store across the street, so every morning we’d head over there to get some fruit/bread and come back to eat. But our room didn’t have a fridge for our juice, so we did the only logical thing. Put it on our “balcony.” Hey, it worked!
Also another funny story. That is a raw egg on my pasta. When in Rome… (or Paris).
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