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... of the Emmanuel that
announced to the city that its liberation was under way.
In early 2012, as part of a €2 million project, the four old bells in
the north tower were deemed unsatisfactory and removed. The plan ...
... overshadowed in map space by the Louvre.
Most of the buildings we saw were spectacular in their 'more of everything' kind of style - more monumental, quite dramatic, often theatrical. We saw huge domes, coloured marble, paint and gold leaf, as well as curves everywhere. Bigger was definitely better in the 17th century.
We passed Notre Dame twice during our wanderings, and the crowds were huge and the queues longer than we had seen ...
I got up at 7am, showered, dressed, got ready for the day. I then went downstairs to breakfast – food was good, but there were a lot of people having breakfast. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the next day as there was no chance of coming back this afternoon. Then i went don to the lobby to wait for everyone and use the WiFi. Once everyone was down we got on the coach and left the hotel.
There was a lot ...
... leaving our apartment around 10 o'clock, figuring we'd walk around the area in which we once stayed before meeting Danielle at noon. In order to reach Montmartre, we first took the metro from Passy to Le Motte-Picquet, where we then switched to bus #95 for the ride up to rue Caulaincourt. It was interesting to walk up this curving street, which we'd walked many times before, to see which stores and cafes were still in ...
... the wait.Once in a lifetime opportunity.
We climbed into the elevator that takes you to the top. This time i did not look out the glass windows. The view from the top level was amazing! We arrived just in time to see the sun set. Couldn't have planned it better. It was still very windy so we huddled in a corner or two while wandering around the platform. They offer champagne for a lovely price of $12 euros which we decided we could not pass on. Once again, we ...