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Travel Blogs from Paris
... a series of images - they best exist in the moment and in memory.
One highlight was the Egyptian galleries - one sarcophagus would have been spectacular, but there were galleries of them. The single mummy was a draw card and we were mesmerized by its hands - so lifelike despite the ages. A sobering reminder of mortality and the generations that have preceded us. Egyptians were also dab hands at building monuments to their royalty and Ramses ...
... and people enjoying picnic outings on the water's edge or people crossing the many bridges across the Seine. The sky was amazing as lightning lit clouds in the distance.
On our return to the Eiffel Tower we boarded the bus for our last destination this evening, the cabaret show Moulin Rouge. We arrived just before 11pm for the performance of their show, Feerie Revue, settling ...
... rave about.
After dinner, and some photo-snapping around the observation deck on the first level, we descended via the elevator back to ground level. We then walked through the Parc du Champ de Mars while waiting, along with many other onlookers camped on the grassy areas of the park, for the Iron Lady to display her sparkle and shine at 9-o'clock. The light show did not disappoint us at all; quite impressive.
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Next stop, Arc de Triumphe!