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... are the candles and statues, then of course the main Alter is set in the back and is something you just have to see to appreciate. The first thing Alix and I commented to each other about is what it would be like to attend a service at this cathedral, must be amazing. We continued on and lit our first prayer candle, that was really special. We admired all the stained glass, this will continue to be a common sight in these cathedral's of some magnitude that is hard to understand how ...
... Then catching a metro train (that runs on tyres) to the Eiffel Tower for a lie down on the grass, some ice cream and some people watching. Even old people were taking selfies with the tower. Finishing this day with a meal with Mums cousin, David, and his partner Francois. It was great to hear about life in day to day Paris and travelling over some champers and red wine. Day two was another hectic day, firstly heading ...
... I had prebooked a night at the Premier Inn at the airport, as I had a 9.5-hour stopover and I thought it would be good to get at least a few hours sleep and a shower, before continuing onwards. I did wander around the main passenger terminal for a bit to check out some of the stores, and the items on sale definitely point towards a more affluent lifestyle. Expensive cologne, perfume, watches and jewelry sitting next to alcohol and brand-name clothing. A gorgeous ...
... train and it was only two stops away from the Tower and it just stopped and the lights went out. I’m not going to go on and on but we eventually found the right train and arrived at around 2:30PM. Woah was the first thing we both said. We walked out of the station and poking out the top of the treetops was, you guessed it, the Eiffel Tower. It’s massive. It reaches 324 metres high and it’s 124.9 metres wide. ...
... Cite. Le Palais de Justice and the Conciergerie - and I had to leave via Pont Neuf - it's all to do with school French lessons!! I forgot to say we walked through Le Marais when we walked from the Bastille to Notre Dame - I thought Le Marais was a rather large area, but if so I missed the rest of it. We thought we'd found the bridge with all the love locks, but it was just a few on Pont Neuf. The bridge that was literally covered in locks was a foot ...