Two full days and two half days in Paris. We tried to do a little too much, but it was still enjoyable. I look forward to going back and taking it a bit slower.
The first museum we visited was Musée national Gustave Moreau, which is in the home that Gustave Moreau lived in. I loved the art, but I loved the staircase even more.
You can't go to Paris and not have escargot, can you? Sadly I don't remember the name of the restaurant I had this at, but I can assure you it was delicious.
To round out our museums we ended on the Palais de Tokyo, which houses modern and contemporary art.
Palais de Tokyo isn't as big as the Pompidou, but it's pretty damn big. But unlike the Pompidou which packs so much in, Palais de Tokyo featured a number of works that took up entire galleries.
Rachel has never enjoyed me taking photos of her, but she has gotten used to it over time. This is her look of acceptance. I love it.
I hate this photo of me. But I put it up here because nothing can convey how much I'm enjoying this meal as this photo does. Le Relais de Venise has the best steak frites I've ever had in my life. Also, they bring you seconds. Seriously.
On the north side of Paris is a historic flea market. It has everything you could imagine.