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Old Nov 13, 2006, 7:28 PM   #1
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I spent more time taking pictures outside this awesome complex than inside. You could burn up several cards trying to capture the incredible detail of this place. Here are a few samples...
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Hi Greg! These are awesome, I am going to look at these the rest of the evening! I cannot imagine how cool it was to see this in person!

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Hi Greg! These are awesome, I am going to look at these the rest of the evening! I cannot imagine how cool it was to see this in person!

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Thank you, Bob. It was... extremely cool.

As someone who has read about it, seen shows on television and watched documentaries, and I considered myself a fairly knowledgeable person about French history,I can say nothing prepared me for the sheer scale of what's in Paris to see. Even minor details in the bridges are finished in a style and amount of detail that just boggles the mind. I saw a lot and I know I didn't do many of the sites we saw justice because there simply isn't enough time for a visitorto really take it all in, but if you want to see more, the rest of what I took is here, and you can pull them up full size if you want to check them out closer..

http://gmchappell.smugmug.com/galler...96/1/101325909
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