Favorite sight in Paris?

@anna728 (1499)
United States
July 11, 2009 3:15am CST
Presumably if you have been to France you spent at least part of your time in Paris... what thing there was your favorite? A lot of people like the Eiffel Tower. Or there is the Louvre. Or the Arc du Triumphe (forgive my spelling). So what did you like the best? Why?
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• United States
20 Jul 09
I loved the catacombs beneath the city. It's uniquely historical and actually very beautiful. When we went, we had a nifty experience where we were standing in a section quietly and no one else was around (or far enough off that we couldn't hear them), and we're just sort of looking around, taking it in, when suddenly, back in some pile of bones, we heard a noise. It was just the bones shifting, and nothing to be afraid of, but it was just a really interesting experience--all these thousands, probably millions, of bones have been sitting there for a few centuries, and just then, right there, some settled. It was really neat. =)
@anna728 (1499)
• United States
2 Aug 09
Oh I didn't get a chance to see that when I was there but it definitely sounds interesting. Well, if I ever go back...
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
23 Jan 10
The Picasso musuem. I can't remember where it was, but it was really nice and not half as crowded as most of the other sights we went too. Plus all the small, nice shops behind the church I can't remember the name of, but if you walk a bit further behind you can see some vineyards. Very nice.