Campanile Evry Corbeil Essonnes
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... to be there and actually walk the trenches where they spent so many days in such unbelievable conditions was something else. We were able to see where our distant cousin fought and where the memorial plaque is , also seeing hundreds of unknown soldiers headstones with inscription "To whom only known to God" Ronald Wiese was one of those. Died alongside his brother,who was wounded but returned from the war. Ronald fought in the Somme at Villiers Bretonneux.48th ...
... images of the wisteria covered bridge. Even though it is autumn here there were still a lot of different flowering plants and even a few little water lilies. The gardens were absolutely beautiful and after waiting only a few minutes I was even able to get a few photos of the bridge unencumbered by people. The pathways wound around through the gardens and ended up at the house which we were able to enter and view some of ...
... outside the Louvre, was built in 1989 to celebrate the bicentenary of the French Revolution. Xavier tells us that there are 36,000 exhibits, and if you spent 30 seconds in front of each you would be there for six months.
We go in via the pyramid. We then go down some escalators into a basement level and walk through under the square into the main part of the museum. Our first stop is a large wall, which is about five metres high and looks like it goes on for ...
... the metro again. Eiffel Tower next which was also spectacular. We walked around, took photos & then headed back to the hotel around 3.30pm to jump in the shower & cool down. I have to say the subway is in most part pretty grotty - makes Sydney trains look bearable BUT they run every couple of minutes & are super fast. No air & awfully crowded but they get you there. And cheaply ...
... as you can go by stairs. 660 steps later and I was half way up the tower. The view was amazing and we got some great pictures. We then bought a ticket to get a lift all the way to the top. I was a little scared on the lift as it went up really quickly and you could see below you. Once we reached the top there were so many people it wasn't really worth it. The view at the very top was covered with wire so that you couldn't fall off, it wasn't great ...