After the Sorbonne, we walked to the Pantheon, an old church that is now a secular mausoleum.
This pendulum was used in an experiment in 1851 to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth. Pretty cool, huh?
One of the more famous people buried in this building is Victor Hugo.
L'Hotel National des Invalides, which is a group of museums and monuments dedicated to the military history of France. Napoleon is also buried here.
La Casa di Sergio (77 Avenue des Ternes). Once again, I didn't take pictures of our meal but check out the website for some photos. We ate on the terrace despite the rain that night. Tres romantique!