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... the river, we passed the Centre Pompidou, which looked more out of place than a black sheep in a paddock full of white ones. Built in the 70s, it has this inside-out facade that looked so ridiculously out of place in this area of the city. But I guess they're being a bit progressive, and they hated the Eiffel Tower when it was first built, thinking it looked ugly, but they obviously kept that, so who knows; maybe give this thing another 100 years and it'll be revered as ...
... our apartment, we went to Clamato which has nothing to do with Mott's. It is the seafood-sister restaurant of Septime, where we had our extravagant lunch two weeks ago. We had to get there just before it opened so we could line up to get a seat. This restaurant did not have an English menu and we were unfamiliar with the many types of fish, so we just guessed and ordered, and thankfully, everything was great! We had a ceviche; ...
Well it had to happen, we had our first slight glitch!
We started the day enthusiastically when we packed up and were picked up and taken to St Pancras International Train Station to catch the Eurostar to Paris. The station was very crowded and we quickly found out that there had been an incident in one of the Channel tunnels overnight and only one tunnel was operating. The train to Paris before ours had ...
... its neighbor in 1931)" ("Eiffel Tower"). When one thinks of Paris, one automatically thinks of the Eiffel Tower, so we paid to go to the top of Montparnasse Tower, the tallest building in Paris, in order to see the Eiffel Tower. The largest structure in Paris is the Eiffel Tower, but the tallest building is Montparnasse Tower. The view from the roof was absolutely mesmerizing. I stayed on the roof longer than anyone else, but eventually forced ...
... guilty for skipping out this time. The weather was so much nicer than what I was used to in Boston that I had no desire to be cooped up. After a satisfactory look at the insanely long line, I decided to cross the river on the Pont de l'Archeveche (The "Love Lock" bridge). Part of this bridge collapsed almost two months later under the weight of all the locks that people have attached to the bridge over the years. Many people leave locks there ...