Peeking through a Paris shop window at a literal tower of macarons, giant chocolate eggs, and edible cars! Is that a little camera in the corner so they can see how many people press their faces to the glass and drool?
From the lawn of the Sacré-Cœur, where seemingly half of the city of Paris goes to spend their Saturday afternoons.
Jack and I took the stairs to the top of the Sacré-Cœur with only a few other people at our heels. 300 stairs seemed like nothing at the bottom, but it was a constantly winding staircase with teeny little steps, and I was fully out of breath and ready to keel over by the time we got to the top. But the view was totally worth the effort, and I’m glad we did it while we’re still young!
Another one from the top of the Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Montmatre, Paris.
Jack leaned waaaaaaaaay out of the upper windows of the Sacré-Cœur to try to get a shot of this gargoyle about to eat the Eiffel Tower. It was well worth his almost dying, right?