Posts Tagged “Museums”

Buying Tickets For The Alhambra in Granada, Spain

By | July 19, 2011

Getting into The ALhambra first starts with getting a ticket! Now listen up, there are 4000 – 7000 visitors each day at The Alhambra, so it gets really packed. To visit the Nasrid Palaces there are only certain times you can go which is stated on your ticket because so many people are trying to […]

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Naked sculptures of men all over the Greek section in the Louvre, which is much how the men like to be even in 2011. No surprise!

By | June 15, 2011

I had quite the adventure while visiting one of the world’s most impressive museums:the Louvre Museum in Paris! From paying and not taking my ticket, to finding Mona Lisa to observing the big Italian sculptured men looking down at their private parts, it was quite the event all within an hour! 😛 They say you […]

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Break-Dancing Around The Arc De Triomphe

By | June 3, 2011

After the rain stopped Josi & I made our way to the end of Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe. We didn’t actually go up, but it still counts seeing it from outside right? lol….. This famous monument is honorary to those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and the […]

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The moment I saw The Eiffel Tower, I knew I made it!

By | May 25, 2011

After coffee at Le Depart in Saint-Lazare, I took the RER train to Champs Élysées Clemenceau to start my walk along the avenue of Champs-Élysées from start to end reaching Arc de Triomphe! As soon as you exit, you can see two beautiful buildings being Grand Palais and Petit Palais. The Grand Palais is an […]

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Place des Vosges & Maison Victor Hugo

By | May 18, 2011

Place des Vosages is one of Paris’s oldest squares located in Marais dating back to 1612. It was first commissioned by Henri IV with it’s 36 houses with red-gold brick stones. At first I was confused as to where it was and went into an art gallery to ask for directions. The man looked at […]

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