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... day of the week. I then had beef something and mashed spud. We dropped the kids off back to the motel and walked down to have a look at the Eiffel Tower under lights and it looks the goods. We finished off the night by watching the movie horrible bosses and it was **** funny. We are off to the Louvre tomorrow and I have reminded everyone that they have to be nice tome and that I can't get in any trouble because it is my ...
Took Aurelie home to Montparnasse where she had rented a tiny studio apartment just off Gaite, one of the very happening streets in the area. She treated us to wine and a short rest. Was a great day. The metro was jammed on the way home and we marvelled at how the Parisians can be stuffed into the trains like sardines but remain ...
... and playing football. We went up the Eiffel Tower via lift in the evening. The sun was just setting and the lights turned on while we waited outside, and as we were on the halfway level a beautiful dull light descended on Paris, the landmarks lit up in yellow floodlights. It was the perfect time of day (my photos do not capture it) When we ascended to the very top floor, it had grown dark. Paris was beautiful in a different way, all ...
... fountains and checked out the huge Koi, wandered through the gorgeous gardens and down to the Place de concord where the Obilisk is. From there, straight up the Champs Élysées dodging the grandstands and all the setting up for the Tour de France. We hadn't eaten so by then it was lunch time, there are plenty of places to eat along the Champs Élysées but they are all quite expensive and a tourist rip off. We decide to go back a street but still couldn't find anywhere ...
... is from New Zealand so relatively easy to understand and very knowledgable. Paris is flat, very flat and has massive open parks and monuments everywhere. Monuments commencing the start of a battle, the end of a battle, and "don't even look at us or else we'll start a battle" monuments. Gold everywhere and as stated by Louis XX "if it's low enough to reach then it's fake". Lunch was in a great park - hot dog in a baguette, chicken mayo in ...