Monday, May 28, 2018

#Paris4MonumentClimb: My Pantheon

The Pantheon was the last stop on the four monument climb, and in some ways my favorite.

Inside the Pantheon, Foucault's Pendulum proves the world turns ... 

The first stop on the climb up the Pantheon is still inside the building, looking down on the main hall and the pendulum. 
Notre Dame de Paris, and behind it the Pompidou Center

The columns of the Pantheon

The Tricolor,  mansard roofs along Rue Soufflot, the Luxembourg Gardens and Luxembourg Palace, the dome of Les Invalides,  and of course the Eiffel Tower

The observatory at the Sorbonne. Behind it the Louvre, the green roof of La Madeleine, and the dome of St. Augustin 

This guy is just taking in some sun. At first I thought he was part of the sculpture.

The stairs down from the dome are fairly vertiginous

According to the counts on websites, I climbed 1759 steps in Montmartre and in the monuments, but there were more stairs in the Metro and just moving around the city. As you can see below, the FitBit count for flights was 114, my iPhone counts was 96. That'll do for one day.

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