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Travel Blogs from Paris
Yay, were here.
And I am way behind on my blog entries, I would be on facebook right now except it crashes these computers. So here I am writing to you.
Today we went to visit a famous graveyard called Cimetiere Pere Lachaise. To name a few who were buried there; Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, and many more. The entrance was free …
Finally summer holidays have arrived in beautiful Paris today 3pm on the eurostar. I only really saw the tip of the Eiffel tower :o( My mission to find the hostel and the girls, whilst knowing limited french!!!
After finally finding everyone, we headed out for a early dinner. Being Bastille day everything and anything should …
Where on earth do you start when talking about the amazing sites of Paris? For the past few years it had been my wish to spend my birthday in gay old Paris. And until this fabulous year of 2007 the experience had eluded me. Finally, I made it! After exploring the many strange and wonderful parts of London I made the journey across the channel to …
... bus and again saw these icons as well as Place de la Concorde, Obelisk of Luxor, Tuileries Garden, Pont Neuf and other bridges, statues and magnificant buildings, too many to name and remember. To think all this history and events....and at the time of the French Revolution, Captain Phillip had been in Australia just one year. As it got darker around 10pm, we did our illuminations tour and saw the buildings lit up. This tour then dropped us back at the ...
Thursday's travels included...
Tower Sainte Jacques
Notre Dame crypte archeologique du parvis
Top of the Arc de triomphe
Inside the Pantheon