Photos from Paris: the Louvre

This entry is part 16 of 20 in the series Analog Tweets from Paris

[stextbox id=”info”]My partner Mike and I went to Paris last month. These are shots captured. Also reference the Analog Tweets from Paris series, as this may give you some context. The shots/slides are available to view on Flickr, and are hidden behind a cut so as not to make Livejournal explode.[/stextbox]

To get the most out of your visit to the Louvre:

  1. Always look up.
  2. Always look down.
  3. Cameras are OK, flash is not.
  4. The water closets are extra gross. Someone found a way to pee on the far back of the toilet in one of the loos, making me wonder if it was an in-transition person that did it.
  5. The antiquities wing has so much stuff that answers so many questions if you have any interest in ancient civilizations.
  6. I’m probably going to be using a good chunk of my Louvre photos spread out in future blog posts. If I ever get an opportunity to go back to Paris, I will definitely plan on spending more time in the Louvre. I didn’t even come close to cracking the surface, and I loved it so much. I want to have a sleepover there … as long as I’m nowhere near the giant Sumerian lions. That’s just total Cthulhoid shit waiting to happen.


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