KL to London: Paris!
Finally, I have reached the capital city of France, Paris.
In front of me is one of the famous Cathedral, Cathedral Notre Dame. This famous building is a medieval Catholic cathedral and it is considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. This building was built in the 12th century. I have later found out on the internet that the view from the top is unique and stunning.
Here is the photo of the top view that I have found on the internet, impressive isn’t it?
This is the view of the sidewalk at 7pm in Paris. I have heard many rumours about the pickpockets in Paris, so I need to be extra careful in this busy city.
The Palais Bourbon, now only I get to know is the French Parliament.
Les Invalides, it is one of the complex buildings in Paris. The whole building contains a museum and monuments which are all related to the military history of France. Besides that it also contains a hospital and the home for retired soldiers. Dôme des Invalides, which is located inside here is the tallest church building in Paris with the height of 107 meters.
I am carrying 50kg of luggage on the back of my bicycle and cycling around the city. The weather is getting warmer now because it’s almost summer. My body is getting smelly and stinky now. I am quite worried now and started to think where am I going to sleep tonight in the middle of the big city.
OMG! It is the Eiffel Tower, I can’t believe I see it with my own eyes! Can you believe this structure was built more than a century ago?
I still remember that I was excited when I reached the border of China earlier, which was months ago. Now, I couldn’t even believe that I am standing here in Paris, which is 10,000km from home. I could not believe that I could reach so far, I never thought that I would have a chance to see so many things. It is really a good experience and will be a very deep memory for myself
I am here again in the middle of Paris, take a photo first so that I could see it in the future.
Cheers, what wonderful moments. Bon appetite.
The bottle has been with me since I was in China, it’s been more than months.
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