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... than most fast-food outlets, it was delicious and filling, and we seriously considered the option of going back there again for the following night's dinner too! The next day after our big day around Paris we decided to go an find some local markets where we could sample some of the local produce. Along the way we noticed that there was ************e else out and about. 'Where they had all gone?', we asked ourselves. We walked from our accommodation to the Bastille which ...
... Tough luck. We arrived at Arc de Triomph In time to catch the end of the lighting ceremony of the eternal flame at the grave of the unknown soldier which was pretty awesome to see. It was a big deal, and I wonder if we saw a special anniversary of it maybe or if they just do that every day. It was a full military service with military personnel all lining up to sign a book/list of some kind, and take photos. The whole thing lasted about half an hour. After that ...
... Eiffel tower to enjoy the light show it puts on each hour in the evenings. The show, which basically is a bunch of lights on the tower making the entire tower "sparkle." It's really something to see and I know the photos will not do it justice. In addition to the light show, we spent some time taking photos and talking to various groups of people as we strolled around. The place was quite crowded, as you might expect on a summer weekend in Paris.
And so ended our ...
... finally left the hotel around 9:30. We stopped at the Arc again to get a couple more pictures. There was still a line to go up, so we went back to Notre Dame and only had to wait 10 minutes or so to get in. It was cool to see but there were so many people inside taking pictures. It was such a tourist trap. They even had those penny machines that make a picture on the penny. It would have been more enjoyable with less people. After Notre Dame, we took the Metro to ...
... Notre dame as the line to get inside was the smallest we had seen it the whole time we have been here. Inside the Norte dame wasn't as impressive as the outside but still well worth a visit. Afterwards we explored the Latin quarter and got some crepes with chocolate! So good but so bad! We got talking to two retried Aussies from Perth for almost an hour on the side of the street. So lovely to randomly meet people and have good conversations together. We caught ...