Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2 – The Pantheon...

October 11, 2011
On Friday, I was still sharing photos from Day 2 in Paris (If you’re new to my blog – I went to London and Paris with my husband at the beginning of September. If you missed any of my previous pictures, click HERE). I really thought that I might have moved on to our last day in Paris…but I can’t move on until I share photos of the Pantheon. According to the Pantheon’s website, it was originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve. It has flipped back and forth to a church over the years, but eventually assumed its lasting role as a burial place for...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2 – Notre Dame...

October 07, 2011
A few weeks ago, I mentioned that it would take me a month to get through all of my photos. I was joking when I said that, but I still have more photos to share from our second day in Paris (beyond today)…and we haven’t even gotten to the Eiffel Tower. As a result, I’m barely picking up my camera to take new photos…but I’m starting to think more and more about what to do beyond my blog postings. Blurb album…postcards…maybe even add a few of my prints to my “Etsy Shop” (in quotations because there is nothing in there yet). If you’ve...
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2 – The Louvre Part 2...

October 05, 2011
Yesterday, I shared a few of my photos from the Louvre. For those of you that are curious about what I saw inside the museum, I thought I’d share a few of my photos. Apparently, I’m really into sculptures. Happy Wednesday!
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Sisk Family European Vacation: Paris, Day 2: The Louvre Part 1...

October 04, 2011
If you’ve been following me the past few weeks, you know that my husband and I recently traveled to London and Paris. If you’ve missed any of my previous vacation posts, click HERE. We decided to spend part of our second day in Paris at The Louvre. You probably know that the Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums, the most visited art museum in the world and a historic monument. What you may or may not know is that it began as a fortress built in the late 12th century under Philip II. The museum opened in 1793, and as of 2008, the collection is divided among eight...
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