Time Traveling

While most of the visitors of the Paris Air Show were enjoying the buzz outside, we went inside the Museum of Air and Space for a quick visit. As I've said before, this museum is really one of my favorites ever. The atmosphere is so unique, a little retro, but in a good way. And surprise surprise: the former arrival and departures hall was entirely renovated. Including this wonderful clock:

All of you that have been reading my blog for a while, know that I love traveling. I was seventeen when I boarded my first airplane and I still think it's a little magical to go somewhere else so fast, in stead of long hours by car, bus, train or bike.
People at airports make me so curious: where are they going, why are they going there? What's their story? Who are they leaving behind? That's why I'm a total sucker for television shows like Hello Goodbye (in France and NL). I'm always amazed by how much people share in front of the camera… but that's a whole other story 😉

The renovation of the Salle des 8 Colonnes took well over a year, but wow, it's really breathtaking (watch the 360° panorama view!). It transports you right back to the 1930s. I love time traveling. Do you?

12 thoughts on “Time Traveling

    1. super modern for the 30s and futuristic in 2013… love it too! Would be so cool to leave from an airport like this today. Maybe it will calm you before take off. Happy travels!

    1. Hahaha ja al die verhalen he! Mensen vertellen zoveel! Soms ook heel prachtig en hoopgevend. Hier zenden ze het niet meer uit, in NL nog wel?

  1. Super, super, super… really breathtaking.

    What a fantastic place. Love that you shot it in B/W. Transported me to the 50's. Time trave is fun. I also prefer flying to other transport methods. It really depends!

  2. Super, super, super… really breathtaking.

    What a fantastic place. Love that you shot it in B/W. Transported me to the 50's. Time trave is fun. I also prefer flying to other transport methods. It really depends!

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