So I’m walking along minding my own business when the statues of Gare de Lyon beckon me over and beg me to take photos of them. Bunch of posers.
Gare de Lyon, one of the six main train stations in Paris, is named after the city for which many of the train lines stop. It was built for the World Expo 1900 and it still retains much of its original ornate steel lace interior and statue-encrusted exterior.
After my photo shoot, I meandered home and came across a helmet-toting priest, a cute Chinese-French fusion restaurant and Dracula hands. Just another day in Paris.
Cute old man hands. Oh wait. No. Creepy nails.