Paris- Day 3.

Day 3 was probably one of my favorites. We decided to get all of the big spots and tourist things to do out of the way so we could have the last two days to go wherever we wanted to and have no agenda. We decided to spend the day in Montmartre. Montmartre is know for its amazing views of the city. Sacré-Cœur, which is a Roman Catholic church is a big landmark here. The steps of the church are considered to be the highest point in Paris. You can overlook the entire city and it was absolutely incredible. 

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Sacré-Cœur. It was so big and so beautiful.

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A view from the steps of the church. You could see the entire city. There was an old man playing the violin at the bottom and it was beyond dreamy.

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Montmartre is known for its cute back streets and cobblestone roads. Bryce & I spent the entire day just wondering around going up and down all sorts of wonderful roads.

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One thing I started to learn about Paris is that there are cats everywhere. I mean everywhere. A fact about me is that is seriously really really do NOT like cats. They are my least favorite of them all. But I actually made friends with this orange one and it made me happy. This is our best friend/ twin picture together.

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While wondering around, we stumbled upon the cutest little coffee shop that was connected to a cigarette store. Only in Paris.

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My favorite little side street. I really want to live in that house.

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I think day 3 was my favorite. We just explored and had no agenda and found our own little roads and secret spots. We ended up back in our hostel after a day full of walking. OH! I even ate a hamburger with a fork and knife (because I wanted to be like the Parisians. They always eat everything with silverware.) I won't be doing it again. But day three was the best.