Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Glowing Glass

Today was an exciting day. We were going to visit the Sainte Chapelle. When we got to Sainte Chapelle we had to stand in a long line. I really wanted to take a picture of the long line but, I couldn't because it was to crouded. When we finally got in we went through a little court yard and inside the big church. First we saw a small room with a gift shop, whith a a little bit of stained glass that was still very beautifull. Then we went up a case of swirly stairs and saw...a big room with stained glass everywear. Everywear you looked their was glowing glass. You could not find one . of dullness. We took so many pictures it wasn't even funny. I have to say it was one of the most beautifullest thing I had ever seen. When we finally had to leave we all used the rest room and, started heading to the book store. On our way there I took a lot of pictures of the display windows. I took pictures of a puppet store and, a cow store a magic museam and, even a wine store. When we finally got to the book store we all got to pick out one book. I picked out the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Oh and, I almost forgot we also got ice cream I also have some pictures of that. After we went to the book store we started to head home. Right when we got there Amelia and I wentto the bakery we got stick candy. Then we started to head in when we noticed we were locked out of the main hallway so Gabe came down and, opened up the door for us. When we got up we noticed that the door was locked. So we called the person who owned the apartment but guess what no awnser. So we tried picking the door but, it didn't work. So our dad had to climb onto our room and, into the window. Then we all went inside. After a while we all got hungry and, us kids went to the grocery store. Then we all ate and went to bed. Life is a lot cooler then what you think isn't it?!

1 comment:

Angela Orr said...

Sounds like you guys are having a great time! I haven't checked your blogs in a few days and I see that I have a lot of reading to do. Your picture of the ice cream looks like frosting....yummy! Can't wait to read about the rest of your adventures.
Aunt Angie