A couple of NY Yankees visit France.
Moulin Rouge - Red Windmill - Home of the Can-Can, Montmartre.
Sacre Coeur, Montmartre.
“I Love You” in several hundred languages, Place des Abbesses, Montmartre.
Stained glass window, St-Jean l'Evangeliste, Place des Abbesses, Montemartre.
“Without a Fuss”, a popular bistro in Montmarte.
The Agile Rabbit Cabaret, 1855, Montmarte.
Devine in Montmartre!.
Barb going native.
St. Eustache, Les Halles.
The Fountain of the Innocents, Les Halles. The two lights on the top floor of the building on the right come from Natasha and Wissam's apartment!
Dogs are welcome on the metro.
Grand Palace across the Alexandre III Bridge.
Barb being a good sport in the sewer.
A Wallace Fountain! Over a hundred fountains were installed in the late 1800s to provide clean drinking water to the city's destitute. Most are still working.
The one and only...
House boats on the Seine.
Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe.
Anyone for bread and cheese ... again?
Music at Sainte-Chapelle. The music was much better than this photo.
Gregorian chants in Notre Dame.
Hall of Mirrors, Versailles.
Chartres Cathedral, Gothic spire on the left, Romanesque spire on the right.
An Irish childrens choir in the Chartres Catherdral.
Dog run, Chartres.
Institute of the Arab World. Iris diaphragms dilate/contract depending on intensity of sunlight.
Institute of the Arab World, iris mechnaism.
Institute of the Arab World rug, design extraordinarily similar to SW native american.
Notre Dame and the Seine.
Feels like NYC.
Paris street art.
Please carry your dog on the Pompidou Center escalators!
We saw Meryl Streep go into this store ... really, why else would I take a photo of a big sneaker?
Monet at the Orangerie.
Paris Opera House, an over-the-top building in the city of over-the-top architecture.
The Louvre Pyramid.
Mona Lisa will never be lonely.
Arc de Triomphe.
Eiffel Tower light show.
Thinking about the metro.
Rodin Museum, not to be missed!
The Burghers of Calais.
Burghers of Calais, detail.
If you were wondering where Rodin got his inspiration...
Rodin had some racier versions of the Kiss.
Pont de Normandie bridge, the main span is 2800 feet making it the second longest cable-stayed bridge in the world.
Honfleur, a picturesque art town.
My little shopper.
Thatch roofed house overlooking Honfleur and the Pont de Normandie bridge.
Chapelle Notre Dame de Grace, above Hohfluer. Some great stained glass windows.
Lunch time in Honfleur.
Heavy weather sail boarding, Trouville
Fishing nets, Trouville.
Memorial to fallen Canadian soldiers.
Juno Beach, landing site of Canadian forces.
Arromanches Mulbery Harbor. Hugh cement blocks towed from England to build a breakwater harbor.
Bayeux, home of the 70m long tapestry recounting the Norman conquest of England and a nice snack shop.
Omaha Beach, my grand uncle Sonny landed here.
Moon rise over Omaha Beach.
The Abbey of Mont St-Michel.
The cloister at the Abbey of Mont St-Michel.
The human gerbil wheel used to haul contruction stones.
At low tide the mud flats run for miles around Mont St-Michel.
Low tide at St-Malo.
Our Moroccan bordello in Dinan.
Tea service in our Moroccan bordello.
Dinan, a walled town with lots of character.
Got to have a well gromed pooch.
Ready to race back to the Paris airport!