Posted by: caryandjohn | December 21, 2013

Paris …

We’re doing it!

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Our pied a terre …

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Phil told us not to miss the other cathedral we visited … Phil was right …

God Bless Paris …

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  1. woohoo! Paris for the holidays 🙂 if you like oysters, check out this super tiny but awesome place: Huitrerie Regis (3 rue Montfaucon). it is my favorite.

  2. Beautiful

  3. Super cool photos from super cool people!
    Thanks for posting!

  4. Hi Steve,
    Thanks for reading and posting!
    See you soon,
    xox,
    — Cary and John

  5. I’m so happy that you are spending time in Paris, and have such a sweet place to stay. I think that Saint Chapelle is one of the most beautiful places on earth. The feeling is of closeness to God–
    Love—-Bill

  6. And to think that Napoleon used it as a stable!!

    Joyeux Noel!!
    Bill

  7. Hi Dad,
    It really was beautiful … we had trouble finding it so it was a bit more of a treat when we finally got there …
    talk to you soon,
    — John

  8. Hi Dad,
    I’m not sure what they think about Napoleon these days … I’ll have to read more about French history … The French Revolution … We walked past a square famous for the guillotine …
    see you soon,
    — John


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