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May 27, 2008

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Dawn

WOW! These photos are really beautiful. I was only familiar with Notre Dame prior to this blog but will make Sainte Chapelle a must-see on my next trip to Paris (soon, I hope!).

Maria Ruiz

I love this church, one of the times I visited Paris I even attendend an evening concert there, if I well recall it was Vivaldi's 4 seasons. Wow, this brings back nice memories.

Steve Wall

Bonjour:

Your photos and descriptions bring back priceless memories of my visit in 2002.

When visited the jewel box, I lay flat on my back, dead center in the middle of the floor. My eyes raked all around in 360 degrees. It was absolutely over whelming and quite spiritual. I lay there for probably five minutes. I encourage you to try it the next time you visit. Everything is soaring up.

Steve in chilly, but sunny Edgewater area of Chicago,IL

Steve Wall

Bonjour:

Brings back priceless memories of my 2002 visit.

When visited the jewel box, I lay flat on my back, dead center in the middle of the floor. My eyes raked all around in 360 degrees. It was absolutely over whelming and quite spiritual. I lay there for probably five minutes. I encourage you to try it the next time you visit. Everything is soaring up.

Walter

Richard --

Love your blog -- wish I had found it before I was in Paris back in January -- yes, the gendarmes at St. Chapelle were hunks -- I was day dreaming about more than a strip search (woof!!) from them -- and I won't tell you what my partner wanted them to do to him (but it was something along the lines of a body cavity search). I thorough enjoy checking out your blog every few days to see what is happening in the most wonderful city in the world. I hope to be back soon and will definitely be recruiting your services.

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