Bvj Paris Louvre
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... is actually an outlier in that respect. Although cars don't really stop for pedestrians here, we might have better luck knowing which way to look, at the very least. However, I also noticed the city has a lot of graffiti and litter, which I thought was unfortunate. Theft is also more common here, so we're all doing out best to take extra precautions. It's been good peace of mind to have a bag that locks. ...
... Eiffel Tower and see if we could climb it. As it turned out the train that would take us the 2km was broken so we ended up walking and when we got there the lines were way too long. We fortunately were able to take a bus back the 4km to Notre Dame where we were meeting Max's brother & sister-in-law (Glen & Di) for a meal. We met up without incident and had a lovely meal together ... I got my French Onion Soup and Max enjoyed his ...
... br> Once we arrived at the Eiffel all taxi issues were forgotten. What an amazing evening. We had booked in advance an were rewarded with an excellent table next to the window with views of the Seine. Our package included champagne, wine and three courses of amazing food. For the first time I regret not taking photos of food or menus!!!
The lift went up the leg of the tower to the first floor where the ...
... Lenoir where we purchased some lunch to eat in the park opposite the Citadines. It was very peaceful. Quite a few fathers bringing their kids to the park. We did wonder what the mothers were doing or whether this was just a French father/kid thing. Having a wee rest at the moment. Washed clothing to be ironed & packed ready for the train to Lyon ...
... doing it to be a show off. Security were blocking more and more of the tower off, expecting the worst. I then started to wonder how many people actually jump off the tower to die. Sad, I know but these thoughts were going through my head at the time. About 20 minutes later, they unblocked the area as the man made it to the top. I am not sure what happened to him but I assume he got escorted away.
After all that commotion, we bought tickets to take the elevator to ...