Secrets in Paris, France
Paris, the city of love or the city of death since I decided to visit the off-the-beaten-path places in town such as the Gallery of Paleontology & Comparative Anatomy and Destruction des Animaux Nuisibles.
After visiting Spain & Switzerland I was quite exhausted so upon visiting Paris I wasn't in the mood to stand in long waiting lines to spend an hour at its attractions. It was hard to really find the odd and unique spots in Paris, there just wasn't that much to see unfortunately.
1. Gallery of Paleontology
Most mesmerizing collection of skeletons and fossils in a giant 3-story building downtown Paris.
Perhaps the most building church I have ever set foot in with a giant crypt in the basement.
3. Destruction des Animaux Nuisibles
Have you ever watched the movie Ratatouille? You can now visit the actual pests extermination shop from the movie.
Most likely the coolest looking restaurant in Paris located in a giant glass dome on a rooftop.
5. Bar n Importe Quoi
The wackiest bar in Paris with its own Nintendo Wii - Let's Dance stage were you can match off against other bar hoppers.
6. Bastille District
The best bar district in Paris is definitely Bastille with awesome bars like Tribar and Treplay Club Paris, good even during a weekday!
The most enjoyable part of my visit was my 2 hour jog through the city core along the Eifel Tower, the Louvre, the Notre dame and the Seine at which I recorded parts of my random Eurojogs video from last week's episode.
Ultimately, I had to make up my mind and decided to visit the incredible skeleton museum Gallery of Paleontology & Comparative Anatomy and the Pantheon, another marvel in Paris.
The Gallery of Paleontology presents a famous collection of fossil vertebrates and of invertebrates while the Gallery of Comparative Anatomy, holds nearly a thousand skeletons and interprets their organization and classification.
For over a century the Gallery of Paleontology and Comparative Anatomy has been fascinating and terrifying visitors with its massive cram of reconstructed animal skeletons.
Ending my Eurotrip adventure, after being burned alive in Switzerland, in the Bastille district at bars Tribar & Treplay Club Paris. Fortunately, the locals in Paris are very kind and I made a bunch of new friends in the process.
For the most crazy bar checkout Bar n' Importe Quoi which even has a dedicated Wii gaming system on stage. Drinking and playing Wii with the crowd, great concept. As for dinner, I recommend the gorgeous restaurant Kong located within a giant glass dome on top of a rooftop. Addresses are listed on the map above.