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Sacré-Cœur, Paris

Wednesday, January 15, 2014 / , , ,

My long due Paris post, I am so so forgetful that I keep ignoring my Europe trip post! Most of the memories have already faded overtime. Ahhhhhhh I really feel like punching myself! Fortunately I still got pictures to tell the stories. Thus my Europe trip posts are gonna be word-less, hopefully you don't mind since it's already a year ago. I am planning for my next Europe trip! 

So for this post, I am gonna blog about one of the tourist spot I've been to in Paris, Sacré-Cœur, a beautiful Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, which dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Sacré-Cœur also known as the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, a double monument which involves political and cultural. It's located at the summit of butte Montmartre, the highest point of city. So if any of you would like to see the view of Paris, you may want to check out this place. 

Let the pictures do the talking.


 Sacré-Cœur, Paris 


 Be prepared to have a long walk! 








We were there quite early, around 8 in the morning.
Seldom people around the church.


 I know right, heels!
Lesson learnt, never wear heels to travel! 
It's only for picture purpose!










 Spectacular view!






 I know I am lame






 Basically we didn't pay a visit to the church, just took some pictures outside of the church.
Our Paris trip was so tight-scheduled because of luggage-delay-issue and loss of valuables. 
Bad experience in Paris!


 One thing I dislike about Paris is those black people that trying to make deceit by asking (forcing) tourists to take their bracelets and ask for money. 
They were so rude and they even pulled me and all came together, trying to threaten us.
But in the end we didn't give em any penny, now thought back, luckily no bad thing happen.
Anyway, please be aware of these black people, better come in group as they have too many.




Anyway, stay tune for the next post!
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  1. Ah well, wedges might not be as bad as pin up shoes. Great photos with magnificent view!

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  2. cheryl - not a pair of good shoes for traveling still! XD Thanks! <3

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  3. So lucky of you to get almost zero people blocking the view!
    I also had an incident with the black people too. They are so forceful! >.<
    Really glad that nothing happened :)

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  4. Sharon - because I went there at 8am! haha! Yup! need to be more careful next time!

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