Skinny Rabbit Slideshow Productions Presents:

"Rabbit in Paris in May Part II."

(Alternatively titled "Good thing I have rechargeable batteries and a 256mb memory card, Part II " starring Nikon cam and a wacky tourist lady.)

(Click here for Part III!)

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Pictures taken with my nikon coolpix 3100.
(Images have not been retouched.)

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Beauty secrets revealed! Here's our B-M in the morning as she looks at the map. [Side fact: I have a truly awful sense of direction. If you want to make your way around any city B-M, she of Excellent Sense of Direction, is the person to be with.] On our way to Montmartre! I love carrousels. The next time I come here my boy will ride this carrousel. Oh yes, he will.   Sacré-Coeur!     Rue de la Bonne! And here she is. Yes, B-M and I did decide to climb up to the dome. (And when I did I was soooo thankful for all those years of living in the high altitude of Mexico City.) The reward.   See the teeny Eiffel Tower in the background?   After we climbed back down we walked through the neighborhood. (Renoir, one of my favorite artists, lived in this neighborhood with his family.) If you get this far without managing to get your portrait sketched or drawn, give yourself five points. I took this right after I bought a set of six Botero postcards. Such a tourist!     "Laissez-moi danser..."   Taken after a visit to La Samaritaine department store. (Which, incidentally, is closing indefinitely due to much needed renovations. We made it there just in time!) After our morning of sightseeing we had a nice lunch with two of Jackie's friends. The inside of Galeries Lafayette, where I controlled my shopper's instincts and managed to not buy anything. (Okay, I have one in the city where I live and had done some shopping in it about a week before my Paris trip. But still!) Walking through the Tuileries and enjoying the winter-like weather in spring.