I took these photos at the legendary Notre Dame de Paris, a gorgeous Catholic church in Paris, France. It was one of the first Gothic cathedrals to be built and has unbelievably intricate design, both inside and outside. It is well known for its frightening gargoyles and flying buttresses (it was one of the first buildings in the world to use the latter). Construction on the cathedral began in 1163. Several different architects worked on it and many design changes were made; it wasn’t completely finished until 1345. The ceilings inside are unbelievably tall, and its massive stained glass windows are breathtaking.
Australia with it’s quirky Australian snacks and wordclass wine is a top destination for wine-lovers, particularly in the state of Victoria. Victoria is home to over 850 wineries, most of which happily open their doors to visitors. If you’re visiting Melbourne for any period of time, you don’t have to travel too far to appreciate some of the […]
A visit to Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, a historic graveyard in the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana.