August in Paris = Rains

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The Cathedral of Notre Dame. If you look closer will see many figurines each with a history behind.

Hello,

On our third day and the rest of days in Paris, the rain caught with us. It did not permit us to continue exploring the many wonders of the city. We persisted of course, but having the good weather on our favor, would have give us more room to Explore.....

On August 22, we went to see The Cathedral of Notre Dame. It is unveliable the amount of history and descriptions it gives you just by looking the outside of it. Of course you will need a historian to know what each of the statues represents but believe me each statue represents something....

The next day August 23 went to Lovre, but this time it was open....I was soooo happy. Now I understand why the call Lovre the biggest Museum of the entire world, because it simply is.... To really say that you have been inside the museum, you must at least visit it twice, which is exactly what I did....

At night on August 23, we went to see the Moulin Rouge, a must when traveling to the city of Paris. Do you know that Moulin Rougue was built 1889, pretty good for a cabaret, dont you think...?

As always enjoy the pictures....

Au Revoir

Heidy

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