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Travel Blogs from Paris
... cup, and dilute it to your liking with the cream. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to drink Swiss Miss again. Fabien is incredibly nice and paid for all of our hot chocolates, despite us having just met him. Where are all the jerk Parisians we expected??
After warming up with the hot chocolate, we decided we must ride the ferris wheel. As we were walking over (it was dark at this point), the Eiffel Tower lit up! I knew it lit up at night, but I had no idea it actually ...
... of the Lourve is spectacular with many lovely sculptures and gardens but unfortunately we didn't realise it was closed for today. Never mind decided to walk down to Notre Dame instead and again I was blown away by the size, scale and age of everything. It really is something that you need to see in person to appreciate it but we took some great photos to share Had tea on the way back to the apartment and wearily went to bed as had another big day for tomorrow
... s words) Englishman who told us that no one would be thee until 5pm to let us in. Sheltered across the road and waited 45 mins. It was worth the wait - what a magnificent place, very old world, just lovely. Sitting in the parlour with our pilfered moulin rouge champagne enjoying some bubble and great conversation was divinely relaxing. Poor Tania not feeling great took herself off to bed as did Bruce. The rest ...
... places in one day - we walked so much! We walked on the street of Champs-Elysées from Arc de Triomphe all the way to the Louvre. It's a very long walk but we really enjoyed it, even the kids. There was not a boring moment along the way... lots of people, boutiques, shops, cafes and beautiful landscapes. The Avenue des ...
the Church of St Mary of Magdalen which we found out about on a poster
plastered on the back of a bus shelter. The concert Vivaldi’s 4 Season’s and
was performed by 4 female violinist’s and Frederic Moreau who was an extremely
talented and apparently famous violinist. The concert was magical!
We woke early on Tuesday and ran to the Effiel Tower to ensure that we
avoided the lengthy tourist cue ...