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Great views of Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Should have booked on line the day before, as wait for tickets was about 30 mins. Climbed stairs to 2nd floor then caught the lift to the top. A little drizzle up top but good visibility. Good tip- there are two separate queues to the lifts, with one side really long and the other really ...
... surprise!), and St Bonaventure Catholic Church. The church WAS open so we went inside. This was a great comparison between the Italian Catholic Churches and the French Catholic churches. The French churches definitely aren't as elongate with gold leaf and frescoes everywhere, but the gothic architecture is something to be admired. This particular church has seen fires on multiple occasions but the structure was still original. We were staying ...
... we began our walk at the Champs Elysees and wandered towards the river Seine. We then walked along the river and took in the views of the Eiffel Tower and house boats docked along the bank. We passed by numerous street vendors selling paintings of the city (we bought 3 for only 5 euros!), vintage records, photos, crepes & waffles, and any other souvenir you could possibly want.
Our first stop was the "Love Lock" ...
... will soon be adorning his walls while Ivan was in heaven when we sat at a cafe, ordered a bottle of wine and right in front of us a busker playing the piano accordion struck up some very French tunes. It was truly a great afternoon. Later on the walk home we dropped off in an Irish bar called...O'Sullivan's!! Yep, O'Sullivan's. We caught the last half of the SA v NZ rugby match. The place was packed with Kiwis so it was buzzing. We left with regret, because we had ...
... that came back to haunt us at the end of the day.
Breakfast was simple, a croissant from the Metro's concession stand, Bonne Journee and some crazy orange juice. When we arrived in Versailles, the local police were checking tickets. Apparently they like to do that, assuming that the turnstiles don't keep people off the wrong train or something.
Arriving at Chateau ...