These trip of a lifetime posts are a lot harder to do than I thought because every time I start looking through my photos, I get lost in the adventure once again. Then I realize how much I love each and every photo because they hold so many memories, and I don’t know how to choose which ones to share with you. I certainly can’t show you all 6,000! Tonight I started thinking of themes that I could group photos into, and that seems to make it a little bit easier.
Mike and I were fascinated by everything that we saw in Paris, but what really mesmerized us was the architecture. It quickly became obvious that Canada is just a baby when it comes to architecture, and although we do have many beautiful buildings here, they just don’t compare to what you see as you walk down the old streets of Paris. We found ourselves snapping a picture of pretty much every building we walked by, sometimes even more than once. One aspect of the buildings that we were constantly amazed by was the doors and entrance ways. Not only are they incredibly decorative and beautiful, but they are huge! Our jaws were constantly dropping in awe as our cameras came up to snap photo after photo, sometimes with one of us in front of the door in order to show the immense size. Here are a few of my favourites: