Saturday, February 28, 2009

Europe in the Springtime (Spring 2007)

I was looking back through the photos of our trip to Paris with Jake for his graduation and thought it was such a fun trip. I thought I'd share a few more photos.

I might make a slide show next week of more photos.

Cute house in Helsingor:



Here's the famous opera house in Paris:

You tell me, do Lars and Jake look like giants in front of Notre Dame?



One of the scary things in Europe, is sometimes how narrow the streets can be. Watch this car driving through the arch, and we followed it in a bus. I could have touched the walls.



We took the ferry from Calais in France to Dover, in England. We had to drive all around England to see everything we wanted to see and that meant driving on the leftside of the road:

We visited Stonehenge while we were there.

10 comments:

Catherine J Gardner said...

YAY! I love England ;)

David Batista said...

Love the pics! Since I'll be going to Paris in (near) springtime, I'll be sure to take a similar photo in front of Notre Dame.

Although I don't think I'll have quite the same giant-riffic effect as your son and husband, Kim. :)

Ello said...

I went to Spain two years ago and it was wonderful. I've been to France but not to England. I really need to go! Great photos!

The Things We Carried said...

Kim,
I love these photos you have been sharing. I shall travel via blogs this year!

Kelly said...

Loved your pictures! I'll get to Europe someday...

Rena said...

Love the pictures! The two times I was in England it seemed like all the famous sites were being restored. Most everything was covered in scaffolding. Love your picture of Stonehenge.

Kim Kasch said...

Ello: I think I would really like Spain.

Rena: The last time I was in England they were building a fence around Stonehenge. People will have to pay $60.00 per person to see it in the future. Luckily when we were there it was still free to see.

Amy Tate said...

Wow Kim! What a fabulous trip. I've never travelled to Europe, but I've heard that it's really something to see. What great photos you took!

Christina Farley said...

Lovely! I love paris! And Europe in general. Very magical

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