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A Tale of Two Cities, part 2

We have just returned from our fabulous family adventure to London and Paris. While I work through the post-travel chores (unpacking, laundry, groceries, etc.) and pre-school (not preschool) preparations, I will share a glimpse of our travels with you. Look for additional posts to this topic sometime in the near future.

View of Big Ben and Parliament, London (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

Walking across Millennium Bridge, London (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

London street toward Big Ben (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

St. Paul's, London (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

Buckingham Palace, London (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

St. Pancras Station, London (Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013)

Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013

Eiffel Tower, Paris (Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013)

Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013

Shakespeare and Company, Paris  (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

Parisian rainbow (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

Versailles flowers (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013)

Cafe de Flore, Paris (Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013)

Photo by Michael K. Smith, July 2013

View from above (Photo by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013

Except where noted, all photos are by Amy Watson Smith, July 2013.

A Tale of Two Cities / Inspired by travel 07.11.13

“London is a riddle. Paris is an explanation.”
― G. K. Chesterson

Next week my husband, teenage daughter and I head for London and Paris for two weeks. This is our first trip abroad as a family and it is one that we have been looking forward to for some time. During this time I will not be adding any posts (though I may not be able to resist a photo or two) but look for an overview of our experience upon our return at the end of July.

God’s peace, Amy