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... it's nice to see a friendly face! I think something happens to some people when they are placed in a crowded situation, they become very loud and aggressive. It's a shame as it does spoil it for others, and it was really strange standing in front of a Russian or Ukranian group because they kept touching me, particularly my hair, I don't know why, I was told that might happen in Morocco, didn't expect it in ...
... It was definitely worth it, the second level was not effected by the fog at all, and I was able to walk around and look over every angle of Paris.
Arriving back on the ground, I couldn't stand around to catch my breath as my legs were a little wobbly and I feared falling over. So, I continued on walking along La Seine, the river that runs through Paris. It was great to be able to walk along and look at all the interesting buildings. I saw the Bridge of Locks, ...
... it was fairly quick getting into Fontainebleau. I had a lok around, checked out the Chateau and then went to the forest to find a camping spot.
I ended up in the middle of the forest although not too far from the road and made camp.
It was a slightly restless night as I am not used to sleeping with the noises of the wild. Lots of crashing around, snapping twigs etc. The local wildlife seemed very intrigued by my tent.
... lysées. The group decided we would start by going to the top of the Arc d' Triomphe. There was a rumour floating around that there was a lift to the top, which there was for elderly people of people with strollers. We however found ourselves climbing the spiralled stairs to the top. About 280 stairs but the view (once you were able to breath enough to lift your head) was amazing. The climb down was much easier and we were ...
... escorted visit to the Palace of Versailles & Gardens on Saturday morning, & a Seine River Cruise & Paris by Night tour on Saturday night, which will be undertaken following our Trafalgar 'Farewell Dinner’ in a local restaurant in Paris.
It was a big drive today (600+kms), but we eventually arrive in Paris about 5pm. Taken directly to our hotel, the Evergreen Laurel, with just enough time to book in, shower & we are off to the Moulin Rouge.
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