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Walkabout Paris day two.

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We have been a weekend in Paris and we tried to see as much as possible in the short time, so it has been a lot of walking. This is the road map we followed on day two:

We started at the Eiffel Tower again this day and the queue was as long as the day so we decided again to try next day and even earlier. (Maybe there will be less queue on a Sunday morning.)

Eiffel Tower

We took the Metro/Train to the Montmartre area and did some walking there.

Walkabout Paris

This map is approximate the way we walked and we started the day with a 2 km long route.

Moulin Rouge

When we came up from the Metro the Moulin Rouge was just ahead of us. And we started to walk up the Rue Lepic.

boucherie

We went past a botcher.

Cheese

And a cheese store.

Painting

And the famous area with all the painters.

sacré coeur

And up to the Sacré Coeur.

Map

Walking part 2.

We took the Metro to the Arc de Triomphe and started walking down the Champs-Elysees.

arc-de-triomphe

champs-elysees

As you can see we have walked a bit in Paris.

champs-elysees

And there still is a long way too go.

louvre

Finally at the Louvre and the queue was reasonable so we went inside.

Louvre

And of course we did some walking inside the world’s largest museum.

Mona Lisa

I am really glad we did got too see the famous Mona Lisa.

african

And we sow an African exhibition.

Totally we did walk about 8-10 km the second day. After the Louvre visit we went back to the hotel and relaxed the rest of the day.

Walkabout Paris

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3 Comments

  1. Look like you´ve had some great time – I´ve visited Paris 4 month ago for a second time in my life and I´m totally in love with this city – I love everything about paris seriously! It has simply magical athmosphere for me! Btw – great pictures – I like them very much!
    Have a nice day!
    Martina from Tina from send flowers cheapfashion tips

  2. I absolutely adore Paris. Your post is making me want to return even more! Great photographs by the way.

  3. Great post. Sums up Paris Beautifully.

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