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7.14.2011

Par-ie part 2

Now that i've been to the Louvre twice, i've probably seen about 25% of it. Maybe. Here i am 11 years and about 30 lbs ago :) Last times I was in Europe I lost 8 pounds in 2 weeks. That did NOT happen this time. Ah, good times.


My hands down favorite thing in Paris is the royal palace at Versailles (well technically it's in Versailles, but whatev) It is the estate of what became the ill fated King Louis the 16th and his once publicly loved Marie Antoinette. It is such a fascinating palace and story. And to think it was almost torn down after the rebellion. It has almost no furniture but the walls and ceilings speak for themselves...those royals were a class act.


My mom was bascially a 14 year old boy with all the stone genitalia we saw in Europe.  That probably answers a lot of your questions about me. 


The Luxembourg gardens were amazing, but I spent so much time trying to get a picture of this beat down pigeon's brain back that i forgot to get good pictures of the rest of the park before it closed. I think if you have to have your guts falling out of your body, then you might as well live out your final days at the Luxembourg. Smart little street rat. I did get a few videos of me tap dancing while we were there though. So between that and the zombie bird, we can all tell i clearly have a knack for priorities.


My favorite planking memory in France was when my little brother tried it in Versailles and got yelled at by some crazy french lady :/ The one above was particularly tricky since this escalator was on an incline. And the answer to your question is: YES. This definitely hurt my boobs.

By this time in the trip I was pretty breaded out and was dreaming hourly of tacos (or some equally delicious form of hamburger meat). Also I will never take all the free wi fi for granted again. Even our fancy pants hotel didn't hook us up. I didn't get to talk to my munchkins the whole time i was in France! 

Paris is a very cool city. Not as glamorous as people romanticize it to be (but maybe that's was just my manly blazer talking ;) but still very well worth a visit. It is strange because there are like 4 colors in the entire city. But it still managed to be very beautiful. Go to there, you won't regret it, but then take a train to Italy and never look baaaack!

One more country party people...
team Boo 's you

8 comments:

Carrie Rosalind said...

Looks like you had a blast - I would so love to visit there! Love the planking picture too! haha

Natali Puga said...

Planking picture= winning.
This post made me crack up, although I did hold back some vomit when I saw that pigeon. Yuck!

teamBoo said...

here and here

cara. said...

this is amazing. you are hilarious. i wish i could travel with you. or just be within arm's reach of you at some point so we can finally form the greatest comedy duo of all times. mostly for ourselves.

Hi, I am Linda said...

Hi, I am loving your Paris posts. I am dreaming of moving there. (like literally, waiting to hear back about a job opportunity there...) These posts are holding me over until we hear the yes or no.

chelsey meyer said...

thanks for making me laugh so hard at your planking photo - your family seems like so much fun. also wtf is with the brain?

Brooke said...

Ok first off, your blog never fails! Haha! I die laughing everytime I read it. Youre a kook and I love that about you, not to mention how ridiculously gorgeous you are! Um and secondly, that pigeon picture was wicked cool, in a twisted sorta way!

kelly said...

that is the most awesome direct boob plank i have ever seen.

where did you end up buying a blazer?

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