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... of some of the streets in daylight is something else - but on our first night, the magic won out!)
On Friday we headed out to revisit some favourite Parisian attractions and to do some shopping:
- Along Boulevard St Germain, enjoying the elegant building facades
- Past the always impressive Notre Dame
- the Marais, especially Place des Vosges and to our favourite falfalel shop in the Jewish Quarter
- Galleries Lafayette and the ...
... the bible, like babies getting killed and people losing their heads. Everything sells better with a bit of violence thrown in!
After Notre Dame, we jumped on an open top tour bus, which while somewhat annoying, is an efficient way to see the top sights. The bus took us down Avenue des Champs-Élysées for a leisurely cruise through the crazy traffic. Perhaps I’m weird in that I ...
Caught Eurostar train to Paris. Now things become interesting with speaking and driving. Went to Eiffel Tower for tour. WOW!!!!!. Got up to the second level, maree scared going up lift so definitely not going up to top level. View amazing but buildings all the same as Paris has a height restriction on their buildings, only allowed to be 7 stories high in main city area. City very hectic and ...
... we saw the theater where the plays were preformed. We got to sit on the theater seats and believe it or not they still do concerts at the theater. We saw the wash house and the market square. We saw a 2000 year old pizza oven and some body's of the dead Romans. They were so brilliant they were able to heat things. In Pompeii there was 20,000 people and only 1,000 made it out. Then we went to see their old temples. Three days before the eruption there was a earth ...
... heavy rain. (Not going to lie I may have pinned her website as soon as I found out I was gong to France- one must always be on top of things). First stop, as an engaged couple was at the cotton candy stand under the Eiffel Tower. I patiently waited in line, so me and every other 5 year old could have a cotton candy larger than our heads; hey I just love my cotton candy! In the process Alex also used too much phone data texting our parents – note to ...