Watch out Paris, here we come.
We had to wake up at 4 am to get ready to leave for the train that was going to take us to Paris.
I'm telling you we really didn't sleep much this week.
We sat in these cool seats that had a table in between them.
Thanks Tim for booking those for us.
Here's Tim wishing he was sitting with the cool kids.
When we got off the train we were underground and right where we needed to be to get in line for the Louvre. The line was long but not as long as it could have been. We waited for about an hour.
Haylie getting tired of the wait and maybe not feeling too great either.
At least there was an Apple Store to look at and admire while we were waiting in line.
We are almost there. And we took pictures to pass the time.
In my opinion once you get in the Louvre the crowds were absolutely nuts.
Too many people everywhere and the pinnacle was where the Mona Lisa was.
Crowds of people just pushing forward to get a better look at this beauty?
It was nuts!
We wandered a little more throughout this HUGE art museum.
But we were all pretty anxious to get out to the streets of Paris.
Check the Louvre off the list of things to do in my life.
I won't be back there anytime soon.
I hate to say it but it was my least favorite thing I did all week.
All the art lovers can shoot me now!
Outside of the Louvre it was much more enjoyable.
Fresh air and some sun light can fix all your problem.
The next stop was the Notre Dame and of course lunch.
At this point it was all about the food and the ambiance.
We ate crepes with Nutella, bananas, and strawberries.
Bread with pesto.
And this was amazing gelato.
I think it compares pretty close to the gelato I've had in Italy.
At the top of the Arc de Triomphe.
Haylie was so excited to get her first view of the Eiffel Tower.
Heading down the stairs...
Haylie has been obsessed with the Eiffel Tower for some time.
I can't adequately put into words just how excited she was to finally see it in person.
It is much bigger and more grand than I had even imagined.
The base of it was larger than I thought it would be and it really is so beautiful.
And now you must endure all of our jumping pictures!
What can I say, we were excited to be in Paris.
Oh, and remember that Sara is pregnant. What a stud!
Tim came over to take pictures with us.
I think he was just jealous because he saw how much fun we were having.
He informed us that he would never take a jumping picture.
I guess he's too mature for that sort of non-sense.
I love it...below is my favorite one.
It's nice to have a fun brother.
We slept the entire train ride back to London.
Dreaming of our awesome day in Paris.
My nice sibling indulged me and they let me have a little Harry Potter moment after our long day.
Now we are back in London and it has been a long day. It's between 10-11 o'clock at night.
And lucky for us we got on the tube with this character.
My favorite tube rider of the trip.
He had his music blasting and an open bottle of alcohol.
So of course I had to turn my Madonna blasting i-phone music up even louder.
He eventually stood up to let the cool London breeze blow through his awesome hair.
Can you say "Richard Simmons"!
Farewell lovely Paris.
It was a day I will never forget
Thanks Tim for being our tour guide.
You are good at it and none of this would have happened without you.