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... at night.
Finished the night at a sightseeing spot the view the Eiffel Tower with flashing lights.
The following day visited Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower and The louve. Managed to try the chocolate eclairs at the louve which I highly recommend.
Finished the night at Moulin Rouge. What a fantastic day.
or the shops. There are about 30 bikes per station which are rentable for a
small fee dependent on use. A security deposit is payable with the first 30
minutes for that particular bike being free. A charge per 30 minutes after that
applies. Therefore the trick is the check-in that particular bike before your
30 minutes is up and rent a new bike. Of course we encountered our fair share
of ****** bikes (flat tyres, broken chains, 1 gear only) ...
Left to my own devices today, boy I wish I had paid more attention to French at school. Surprisingly when I had to work out the metro myself it was not that hard. Spent most of the day at the Luxembourg gardens the largest &.loveliest of central Paris's parks. The Palais du Luxembourg was originally constructed for Marie de Medicis, Henri IV's widow, to remind her of the Palazzo Pitti, in ...
... neighborhoods we were in today were white. It was so odd. All of them were white. Blocks and blocks. Very unusual.
Eventually we found ourselves walking past fancy stores with beautiful window displays. They were all closed (because it is Sunday) but they were beautiful to walk past.
Then we went into St. Germain’s church which is the oldest church in Paris (built in the 11th century) and were transported back in time.
It smelt of incense.
It felt like a ...
... afoot so we stocked up on local cheese, bread and salami and headed down by the river to consume our spoils. It was a great spot and a nice way to spend the afternoon.
Seb had been at a different museum today so we headed back to the hostel to meet up with him. We jumped back on the tube and walked through the Champs Elysees Christmas markets to get dinner then on to see the Eiffel tower by night. We forked out for the lift up to the top and were rewarded with a ...