|Meeting Don Quixote and Sancho Panza|
where they were created in Alcala near Madrid
|Victor Hugo slept here!|
San Juan, near San Sebastian Spain
|Here's the front of Victor Hugo's retreat, I think.|
|This gargoyle was Quasimodo's constant friend!|
|A view of Notre Dame's bell towers, something Quasimodo knew well!|
|The English bookstore in the middle of Paris|
where many famous authors hung out.
|The glass pyramid at the Louvre,|
which was featured prominently in The Da Vinci Code.
(I think I posted this one already, but it's worth a repeat, right?)
|I'm convinced this was the clock in the train station|
(now the Musee d'Orsay)
from The Adventures of Hugo Cabret!
|Place de la Concord!|
This is where the guillotine stood that chopped off
so many heads, including Sydney Carton
from A Tale of Two Cities.
|The sewers of Paris where none other than|
Jean Valjean carried an unconscious Marius
only to meet Javert at the end!
|Sunset in Paris, something that I'm sure many|
literary characters have experienced!
|Platform 9 3/4 at King's Cross Station!|
|Westminster Abbey where Charles Dickens,|
and many others, are buried.
|This is Sir Issac Newton, in the flesh!|
He wrote something, right?
|The Tower of London, where so many many things took place,|
but most famously where Anne Boleyn lost her head!
|In front of the British Library where many original documents|
are housed, including many things by Jane Austen.
|This ice cream store's name reminded me of Harry Potter|
and all the snogging that happened there!
|Our very own Secret Garden!|