Notre Dame @Paris, France

DAY 63
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Van, confesso que a minha segunda escolha de ponto turístico pra visitar foi um tanto cheio de segundas intenções. Na verdade, uma das primeiras coisas que eu procurei quando cheguei em Paris for saber onde ficava a Shakespeare and Company, a livraria onde o Jesse reencontra a Celine em Before Sunset ♥ E ela fica a menos de duas quadras de distância da Catedral de Notre Dame.

Infelizmente as duas estavam impossíveis de apreciar com calma porque estavam lo-ta-das! A Notre Dame completava 850 anos e tinha uma arquibancada enorme montada por lá com bandinha e tudo e na Shakespeare and Company tinha uma fila na entrada que só entrava alguém se saísse outra pessoa. Mas só de ver os dois lugares de pertinho já fez valer a caminhada até lá.

Queria fazer um post pra cada, mas acho que vale conhecer melhor numa próxima vez. A catedral é super linda e de longe eu já tinha reconhecido. E toda vez que eu vejo as fotos da livraria me dá vontade de assistir o filme de novo, que por sinal preciso comprar (ou roubar o seu).

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Van, I confess that my second choice of a tourist spot to visit had some sort of second intentions. In fact, one of the first things I looked for when I arrived in Paris was to know where was Shakespeare and Company, the bookstore where Jesse finds Celine again in Before Sunset ♥ And it is less than two blocks away from Notre Dame.

Unfortunately both were impossible to appreciate because they were full of people! Notre Dame was celebrating 850 years and had a huge structure for people sit and even a little band playing there. And at Shakespeare and Company there was a queue at the entrance that you could only enter if someone else left. But just looking at the two places so closely was already worth it.

I wanted to make a post for each, but I think it is worth knowing the places better next time. The cathedral is very beautiful and I had already recognized it from a long distance. And every time I see the pictures of the bookstore makes me want to watch the movie again, which by the way I need to buy (or steal yours).

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