Citadines Tour Eiffel Paris
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... cuisine? We were by this time eager for Asian flavours and we fell into a local Indian and loved every bite! Jeannie believes the garlic naan was the best she's had since she left Delhi!
By the time we were finished dinner, the streets were alive with jazz bands busking and couples dancing. We had been uncertain how we would adjust to 'civilisation' again - but the joie de vivre made it easy; this Paris is a magic city and easy to be entranced by. ...
... part was walking down the stairs. Tina's favorite was going to the top of the tower. Natalie's favorite was sitting down at the end of a very long day. Mrs. Rittler's favorite will be falling into bed.
We are doing good riding the metro - the girls are now pros. But we'll never get used to the smell. Morgan said Paris is the city of love and pee.
It was a truly fabulous day!
... how many locks there were! There is a whole lot of love in Paris!! And we added a little bit more :)
On our way from the bridge to Notre Dame, Chris decided it would be a cool day after all and got a hoodie to blend in with the locals. Exploring Notre Dame again was great. I love the carved bible stories and paintings that are designed to help those who couldn’t read understand the key ...
Friday, May, 16, 2014
Today we woke up really early to go to Pompeii. We got on a mini bus that took us to the harbor. From there we took a half hour boat to the harbor of Ne pals. Then we took a coach bus to the site of Pompeii. Once we got to Pompeii we met up with our tour guide and traveled around Pompeii. We saw the gladiator training arena where they trained to become better fighters. When they excavated Pompeii they found some armour and ...
... and families!
Alex was frantically searching for a metro that would take us to our meeting point. At last we found one, and arrived at the Bir hakiem overlook with 10 minutes to spare! There was a photo-shoot happening so we waited our turn to have our photo taken. Once the bridge cleared out, Alex started his speech and voilą we were suddenly engaged! I met Lindsey the secret photographer and we had a blissful 20 minutes taking pictures ...