Sunday – at Church

Sunday we visited Montmarte and the Sacre-Coeur. This is such a lovely area and the weather was perfect. The sun was shinning on us Sunday!  We started our trip on the Metro, getting off at Anvers station. We have purchased a Navigo card which gives us affordable traveling inside central Paris. Sure beats keeping up with all the little paper carnet tickets. When you first arrive you have to plow through a touristy street, but once you get past that part it is less crowded. We rode the funicular to the top which was much easier than climbing all those steps.

There are all sorts of street this area. We saw King Tut, Jesus, some Irish Dancers, and this harpist.

We toured the church, which is quite impressive. This church took 44 years to build.

View looking over the city.

We walked through town and visited the Place du Tertre, which is a town square filled with artists. Always fun to look but they can be expensive.


We stopped by our favorite restaurant on the way home for Faye’s farewell lunch (or early dinner). We thought about getting dessert but just took a picture instead.

Speculos Cheesecake!!

2 thoughts on “Sunday – at Church

  1. The pictures of the church, inside and out, are so lovely. That is one place that I missed on my Paris trip. So glad I got to see it at last!

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