Wearing: down jacket by Colmar Originals, shoes Converse
The Grande Arche de la Defense got me crazy. I was trying to take a picture of it from the front but I couldn't get it straight. The more you go further from the arch the more you understand that the architects had something in mind when planning it with a 6.33° angle on his axes (thanks wikipedia). Which means that to get a straight picture of it you have to go on the far left side of La Defense district. Anyway the building is awesome, and is such a pitty you can't take the external elevator anymore for visits of the museum on the last floor. La Grande Arche de La Defense is a touristic stop when you have already seen everything Paris has to offer, cause apart from the building itself the area is a business district which doesn't offer aany attarctions. This except the Christmas time when, as in every area of Paris, there is a christmas market when you can get decorations for your tree and have some delicious vin brulé.