|Paris Day Two Sunday One
|On Sunday we hit the famous Musee du Lourve and Champs Elysees area of Paris.
A few hours at the Lourve really doesn't do it justice, but we saw some pretty cool
stuff while we were there. Amazingly, the cost of a ticket was around $6. Quite a
|A view from the entrace to the Lourve. The
glass pyramids we done by IM Pei. It's an
interesting look on such an old building.
|Leonardo di Vinci's Mona Lisa. Easily the
most active display at the Lourve.
|Winged Victory of Samothrace. This statue
dominates a landing on one of the
|A view down the hall towards Venus de
Milo. She dominates the whole hallway.
|Jason and I in front of the glass pyramid
at the Lourve.
|Here's a photo of Jason escaping the
horde that surrounded the Mona Lisa
exhibit. About as close as a museum gets
to a mosh pit.
|A closeup of Winged Victory's amazing
wings. This is one of my favorites.
|A closer view of Venus. The room she
stands in allows you many views of the
statue and of the courtyard outside.
|The walk through the Lourve was quite easy. The guide
you got at the entrance was very useful and marked all
the great exhibits for you. It was quite a windy day
outside, so staying in here was nice.