Balladins Paris 19
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... holiday treats. There were carnival rides and games, and hundreds of families were there, enjoying the markets and the games. I've read about the European Christmas markets before, but I had never seen them on this scale in person. It was as picturesque and bewitching as I expected. It made me want to be bundled up with a hot, mulled wine and have our whole family around us exploring the stalls and playing the games. That small glimpse of Paris at Christmas was enough for ...
... to themselves. They did have a magnificence Hispano Suiza but they could not disguise this as it was clearly written on the front of the car. A charming Edwardian single cylinder car defied all my efforts to identify it. The written description of the car, in a similar font to this, was conveniently located approximately five metres away from the viewing position. A telephoto lens was required to photograph this information, ...
... de challot we saw the lights of the Eiffel turn on. It was gorgeous. It made the tower that much more special, glowing in the warm night air. It was probably just our mood, but everyone seemed to be smiling and enjoying themselves. Some drummers started playing adding musical joy and several people began to dance with the beat. The band was very talented. Walking on, several ball dancers had begun dancing in circles under the lights. It was a perfect end to a perfect first day in ...
... and revisited the things we hadn't seen the first time around.The French sculptures are amazing and Mona is much smaller than I had imagined.
Then we took a river cruise on The Seine for a relaxing tour of the city. Later in the evening we walked to the Eiffel tower, steps up to the second level and then an elevator to the top for a glass of champagne and a magnificent view of the city.
... a somewhat facetious reference to the throngs of flea-ridden hippies 'tripping' their way around developing countries in an attempt to achieve some sort of nirvana, but that's not to say that travel has not contributed to knowing thyself. For example, spending the best part of my first day in Paris at Musee d' Orsay and Musee du Louvre, or more precisely, in the queues to get into Musee d' Orsay and Musee du Louvre, confirmed my long-held suspicion that ...