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... hand. It cost Eiffel 30 million dollars to build as the fair only contributes 18%. Structures are usually torn down after the fair but Eiffel did a deal to keep it up for 20yrs to get his money back by charging people to go up it in elevators. It only took 6 months for him to recover his costs & the rest of the years were profit until he handed it over to the government. Otis was the only lift company that could make an elevator that could change angles on the way up. One of ...
... short time later with a sample for her to try, and she found it to be "lip-smacking" good. In her words, "A perfect drink for the sisterhood back home!"
When we finished our late lunch, it was still raining, so we decided to hop aboard a #70 bus for a long ride to the Pont Neuf, from where it was just a short walk to the Louvre. The rain had so dampened the crowds that Dee posed for a picture in the courtyard next to the pyramid without another ...
... of theirs. A beer or two and a cold wine went down very well. Lots of travel stories being shared already. Woke this morning to Easter Sunday and to hit the streets for a day of walking and jostling crowds. Already jumping luggage and complaining about finding clothes in a suitcase! at least the choice won't take long! Enjoy Easter with family and friends everyone. Be safe. ...
... and crossed the street. I shuddered to think how this would be like if we had arrived late at night. After a good bit of walking we finally found my uncles apartment. I felt so relieved that we were done dragging our baggage around and finally safe. He welcomed us with a typical Parisian breakfast, orange juice, hot chocolate, and of course a croissant. It was all delicious.
... a window that you can look out while you shower. We had a really good asian spiced dinner of vegetables and noodles. The others had chicken as well.
Exciting news... while dinner was cooking John and I bought our tickets to...*drum roll please* the Eiffel Tower!!! I have been wanting to go up the Eiffel tower for so long. I am super excited. We hope that the weather cooperates. It is supposed to rain or snow in the morning but ...
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