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Travel Blogs from Paris
After breakfast we had to check out of the hotel. We left the bags in reception and caught the Metro to the Eiffel Tower, or so we thought! John sent us on a wild goose chase so we ended up going back to where we had started from and starting over again. Eventually we got there and I took the photos that I needed. Retraced our steps back to the Latin Quarter and ...
... hours strolling around in a relatively small area. Bear in mind that Paris has a higher population density than either London or New York City, and you start to get a sense of why.
Within 5 minutes, I came across a very beautiful building that I thought was the Sorbonne. It was not.
It was the Eglise Val de Grace, now part of the Val de Grace hospital. The proliferation of domes in the area (the Pantheon isn't ...
... more than that for the crowds, and the hordes and the the glitz and the gaud of the Lady Di and Dodi memorial within, and the Las Vegas-like Egyptian Escalator. The Grandparents were pooped and famished so we made a quick stop for a bite and then Nikki and I made our way to the gigantic Top Shop store nearby. We had been long awaiting the London Top Shop experience. But we found it not much different than that in NYC in the states, and i think it wasn't much to write home ...
... br> really displayed their wealth and honour - to sleep in such a fortress
facing the rising sun... What a glamorous life. The queen's study was
the size of my house. And it is double story. The Royalty were just absolutely revered. As I suppose they still are. All this wealth... It's incredible .After
the palace of Versailles we headed to the Eiffel Tower. We had waited
until Tuesday to climb it. We got off at champ de mars station and