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... which is the largest triumphal arch in the world. It was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806. We then walked along Paris’s Grand Promenade – Champs de Elysees! Apparently at the end of this street is where the "royal heads" used to roll, literally! It is now lined by many stores and other wonders, but it sure was neat to realize how many royals walked these areas. Walking past the Grand Palace we were inundated by kiosks selling ...
... front of me so I got a little upset. I got Rob a baguette that was filled with lettuce, olives, tuna and shredded carrots and then got a giant swirly eggy bread that had raisins in it. When I was walking back I accidentally stepped on the back of some lady's shoe because she wasn't watching where she was going and cut right across where I was walking. When I stepped on the back of her shoe I said sorry then realized I didn't know how to say it in French so didn't say anything ...
... Climbing the tower was far easier than I remember (perhaps because it wasn’t raining this time), and Billy made the climb without worrying too much about his fear of heights. On level one we stopped for a coffee and left the kids there while we ascended the next level of steps. Level two Nat and I sneaked onto the summit (although I think you were supposed to pay extra for it), and got some nice ...
If he had only known
How the years would fly on by
Such a simple crime, he's run out of time
So he reaches for the sky.
He sees the stars above
As the floor to heavens light
While the angels taunt, "C'est une nuit blanche"
He's a Frenchman for the night.
I have a coffee table book at home. It is nothing but black and white photographs of Paris. I've glanced ...
Many of you have probably heard about the love lock fad that's been happening in a big way in Paris. Lovers lock a padlock to the Pont des Arts, then throw the key into the Seine as a way to express their love. Sadly, this custom has gotten out of control, and heavy panels of the bridge have fallen into the Seine. The wire panels ...