Hotel Arley Tour Eiffel
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... they can be used in bus, train or subway. A good deal. We each had ten to use during our five days. We found our way to the Eiffel Tower stop and walked down the seine to get there, the Eiffel Tower getting bigger and more beautiful as we walked. We turned a corner and there it was. So tall and grand and beautiful. I had tears in my eyes as I lived a childhood dream. We passed several creperies, patisserie stalls and ice creameries and walked underneath it. We wondered about climbing ...
... strolled back to our hotel. Oh, I did forget to mention that one of our rooms tonight has a nice view of the Eiffel Tower as well and we enjoyed the light show from our balcony tonight after returning. As I looked over my shoulder just now from the desk, the Eiffel Tower is just out the window and looks great.
Tomorrow, we head to the airport and back to Philly. I think everyone is a little tired after two weeks of touring around, but we would certainly do it all over ...
... want to stay in Paris for security reasons. We visited the Hall of mirrors, the chambers if the King and Queen and their daughters. The gardens were emaculate and there us a water show in the gardens at regular intervals. We took a train back to Paris at about 3:30pm. Rested at hotel and then went for dinner at small cafe in St Germaine. We had mussels for ...
... on the roof.
That first day, we started with a gourmand pizza picnic in a park on Canal St-Martin, then wandered 12 miles around the city--all the way down Canal St-Martin (where families flocked and children frolicked), around Place de la Concorde, through Place des Vosges, past Palais Garnier and Moulin Rouge, ending up at Sacre Coeur. The basilica grounds were bursting at the seams with both Parisians and tourists soaking up the spring sun and ...
... the sheer elegance and extravagance of the offerings begs the observer to consider the time and place and the political upheaval through the first decades of the 20th century not only in Paris, but throughout Europe. Being able to consider historical perspective gives such an exposition an unusual fascination and poignancy.