BEST WESTERN The Wish Versailles
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... he had designed the internal structure of the Statue of Liberty and many bridges of renown. If his Tower was built he offered to put in $8 million on the condition he had naming rights and could charge admission for 20 years. He made his money back in 6'months by charging exorbitant admission for people to climb it and then thirsty and hungry wealthy folk had to pay exorbitant fees at his restaurant up the Tower. This restaurant still exists and is booked up ...
... Glad we are staying in Saint Germaine des pre. The people are nicer, less beggars and it just generally feels safer. Had a nice lunch with them at Montmartre and then it was back down the hill for more hopping on and off on the yellow bus. Girls were getting ratty for a shop and his lordship ended up buying all the clothes, Sophia bought a phone case and I managed to unlock ...
... of the walk takes you through a park filled with beautiful statues (at this stage we may also have had ice cream) before it becomes a super hectic high end shopping strip. once we had reached the Arc de Triomphe we had a look around then jumped back on the "hop on/hop off" bus and returned to the Eiffel tour. this time not to climb but to ...
... Rouge District of Paris also known as the Montmartre District.
The tour covered the Moulin Rouge, some history of Vincent Van Gogh, the story of Picasso drawing pictures on napkins so he didn't have to pay for his meals when he was first starting out and so much more.
But all in all, Paris is AMAZING and I now understand the reasons why people say you have to go to Paris because it's Paris.
... people's good and bad experiences. Or you base an opinion off the 'soft/pop culture' that country exports to the rest of the world - such as Japan and anime, or America and Hollywood glam. Japan isn't anything like its portrayed in anime, and I'm sure Hollywood isn't a mirror representation of America. The thing about travelling - particularly for the short time we're spending in each country - is that you are forced to form opinions of a country in the ...