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... John went back to the hotel to wait for Justine while I tried to get the phone activated. Checked in then went sightseeing in the rain. What a joy very cold and very wet. Went to Notre Dame bought an umbrella afterwards and strolled around that area for a while. Saw a nice clock, should have bought it then!! Decided to cross back over the Seine to the left bank and investigate the ...
... jumped off at the Arc D'Triumph which again is bigger than I expected. It's amazing, it's about 50" high and has sculptures all over it. Apparently Napoleon Bonaparte commissioned it but died in exile before it was completed. It was hot today, in the 30s I think yet the structure was cool to touch. It's on an island in the middle of the main meeting of an 12 roads so what you see on movies with the crazy French drivers is true. There are ...
... The line is quite long, as it is the most visited site in all of Uk. Here's where Doug's Boy Scout ways get him in a bit of a pickle: Doug is the consummate boy scout and is the poster image for the motto "be prepared". If you ever are in need of a scissors, a compass, a small cutting knife, or any other tool, just call on Doug, and voila! The item will magically appear in his hand. As long as I've known him, he always has on hand that iconic multipurposed small red swiss ...
slightly cheaper, but still a nice looking box - black.We continued our walk on the Champs up toward the Arc de Triomphe. We watched the traffic at the arc for quite a while - mesmerized by the complexity of it all. I honestly still do not know how that works - i could never drive there!!!After our confusion whilst watching the traffic, we headed back down the other side of the Champs. We looked in various shops and then got some dinner at Quality Burger ...
... countless peep shows and risqué shops. Though I thought my legs couldn't handle any more walking, we tackled the infamous steps to the top of the hill, which proved rewarding with a view of the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur at its crest to one side, and a view of the city lights at night to the opposite. It was surprisingly busy for nearly midnight on a Tuesday and we enjoyed getting lost through the cobblestone streets. A great way to spend the last evening in Paris.
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