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... was the first time I'd encountered this in Paris. In Rome we had a very similar experience. There they follow you and pester you and refuse to leave you alone, but in Paris they've always walked on. One even stopped a bus for us after we'd refused to buy his wares. But not tonight. After much the same day as I'd experienced on the Sunday of last year's visit, we farewelled Ethel for the night and headed back to the hotel. A 5.30am start awaits us ...
... and fun activities for children, places to sit with trees and flowers around and cycle ways for bikes and running. Today was a Wednesday yet there were lots of people around. On the walk we saw so many beautiful buildings that line both sides of the Seine River. Then we reached the Eiffel Tower. It is so magnifique! We went up to the top. You go up to the 1st level and then change elevator to continue up to the top. I found the Arc de Triumph and ...
... I was here was about 35 years ago and it was a cold, dull, wintery day - today it was sunny and stunning. Views are just amazing - could pick out lots of landmarks and it makes you realise how many beautiful historic buildings there are in ...
First full day in Paris. So excited but we woke to the sound of steady rain. Spirits undiminished we set out to walk to the Trocadero, past the Eiffel Tower and over the Seine to meet our tour of the Eiffel Tower. It bucketed a few times and we arrived at out meeting point a little damp and very cold. Summer in Paris????
Since we were early we grabbed a petite-dejeuner while watching Parisiennes walking to work and the ...
... I did go into the ticket area to check out what was included for €12, but decided I wasn't in the mood for French military history, wars, deGaulle, Napoleon. Had enough of that in London. So I crossed the street and entered a sanctuary of beauty, the Rodin gardens. Rodin took over the beautiful huge home that had been a former home for orphaned girls and used it as a studio and residence. When he died he left all of it, property, sculptures, drawings, paintings, the ...