Citadines Tour Eiffel Paris
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... s the offseason, when tickets at the park cost $110 for just one park. We got a great deal! And there were almost no lines! We had no issues going on rides multiples times and getting to everything we wanted to. We had a great last day there and I am SO glad we decided to go. We were also to make it back to the Eiffel Tower (by running) in time to be there at 6:00 on the dot, because they turn on special lights at the top of the hour after dark and ...
... at the Batobus station. 90 percent of the boat was Japanese. There are tons of them, but they bring a great energy to whatever they are doing, all smiles! It was a great ride. Really enjoyable. We took pictures. Seeing the Eiffel Tower at night all lite up, seeing the city from a different view point. Then it started to rain. None of us had brought rain gear. We were sitting on the top and we all got downstairs under the canopy. It was still ...
... beheaded at the Place de la Concorde during the French Revolution about 1789 I think.
Took the bus home a little wiser and had baguettes in the Tuileries Gardens along with many tourists and locals. Saw a little finch there who was visiting his home provided by the city. ( A bird box).
Walked to the Place de la Concorde and had a closer look at the fountains and obelisque. Then walked over to Alexander III bridge. All good. Then back by Metro ...
... s waterlilies. It is here that Ashlyn discovered she is drawn to the artist Eduardo Manet.
We took a cab back to our apartment as it was beginning to rain and our feet were tired. Dinner that night was at a local restaurant called Le Jardin de The where we had our first duck confit of the trip. We were the only people speaking English inside the restaurant so we took that as a sign we hadn’t fallen into a tourist trap.
Day 3 ...
... Mona Lisa is very small and they did not think the wait in the line was worth it. Our guide tells us that there is so much art work in the gallery (35,000 pieces) if one spent thirty seconds viewing each piece, it would take about thirteen full days to actually see every exhibit in the museum and that does not include the time taken to walk from piece to piece. That reinforces the immense size of this place. It is also the most visited museum in the world.
We get on the ...