I personally consider that Paris is the most touristic city in the world. I cannot think of another city that has more history, spectacular architectures, famous locations, dynamic life, palaces, writers, painters etc., than Paris. Wherever you go, you accidentally run into something really famous. As we went in the city we met Moulain Rouge, then the Chatelet, Arc de Triomph, Champs Elysees, Louvre, Versailles, Eifel Tower, the Sena, Notre Dame, Sacre Coeur, Bastilla, Picasso Museum, etc etc. And these are just few of the most well known places. It’s craziness. Everything (at least in the center of Paris) is art. Doesn’t need to be a famous building, still has so much to say. So, if anyone has a better proposition for the most touristic city in the world, please write in the comment section below
Another thing that seemed interesting about France is that it was a return to the ‘known’ kind of civilization: the people on the street, the shops and boutiques, the architecture and even the toilets….hurray… again we don’t need to pay to go in This is a sign that we are on our returning route from the first part of our western European SMiLE tour. We are officially on our way back. Honestly we already got used to living in the van. It’s really quite fun. One discovers uncharted territories of their own characters; the nomad part. But we’ll leave this for a special post.
Returning to Paris, Gianina was our fun guide. She bought us ice-cream, danced with us and even backed our project on kickstarter. And the whole Paris tour was exhausting. There are soooo many cool places to go to that we had to make hard choices which places to leave out. But I’m sure we’ll return someday and finish our visit. All in all it was a great day full of nice people and SMiLing faces.
Next stop: Bern. We don’t know much about this city, but we are sure we’ll have some great fun. Swizerland, here we come! Until then…
Just SMiLE !!!
And listen here to the song we SMiLE and dance every day