Sunday, September 28, 2014

Église Saint-Augustin

Église Saint-Augustin

This majestic church sits at the intersection of major boulevards, 
and if you were to walk around the building 
you would see as many as fourteen roads and intersections.  
It takes a prominent spot in the 8ième 
and can be easily recognized by its red cupola.

Holly and I rode our Velibs here up the broad boulevard Malesherbes, 
and for our next stop, rode across Avenue des Champs Élysées 
and then Pont Alexandre III - bravery at its best.

bon dimanche

Église Saint-Augustin
8, avenue Cesar Caire
75008, Paris


sawdustagain said...
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sawdustagain said...

Bravo Genie! Riding Vélib' is the most memorable way to experience Paris.

Alexa said...

And the velib is still on my to-do list. Maybe in August, when a lot of the Parisians have gotten in their car and left town, would be a good first time to try it. Or maybe I should just be fearless, like you and Holly.

William Kendall said...

The architectural style is beautiful!

Randy said...

I really have to go to Paris one day.

Louise said...

Another lovely picture. I can't believe how brave you are. I hired a velib once,in an outer suburb when I was going to the Bois de Bologne. I thought that was brave!