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... men who built it in the first place, and those who have maintained it for the last 130 years. Paris was the perfect city to build such a tower because it has such a flat topography and from on high the monuments and avenues stand out clearly.
I didn't spend more than an hour up the Eiffel Tower but that hour left a memory that I will carry with me for the rest of my life, and that is what this trip is all ...
Tuesday 27 May 2014 – Last
night we walked to the point on the Seine, where we were to embark for our
dinner – cruise. It’s only a relatively short walk through the Louvre and
across one of the bridges. The bridge closest to where the boat was parked (I
guess berthed is the proper term) was one of the bridges where couples write
their name on a keyed lock, place the lock on the side of the bridge (the sides
are like a steel open mesh) lock it ...
... talking with the my seatmates. Mr. Guy-on-my-right turned out to be a retired pilot who now worked as a flight instructor. He was going to Paris to join his wife who was a beauty product sales person. She had sold a few bottles of perfume worth $2,000 each (hard for me to imagine!) and had consequently been awarded a trip to Europe as a prize. Mr Guy-on-my-left turned out to be an Englishman living in Oak Park for the past 30 years. He's an accountant ...
Another busy day ahead as we endeavour to cram as much as possible into the short winter day. Our itinerary today started with a ride on the Metro to the North of Paris to visit Sacre Coeur. If time permitted we would then head back in to central Paris to visit the Louvre and finish our day with an ascent up the Eiffel Tower and finally a visit to Quasi's hideout, Notre Dame. With Carnet (10 trip ticket) in hand we descended into the labyrinth that is the Paris ...
... and live in the barns. If a farmer has land that is skiable in winter, he leases that to the Govt, who in turn use it for ski runs for the public.
Some of you reading this have commented on the photos. All have been taken with my iPad, which I must add was dropped in Budapest on the small flagstones (just over a week into our time away), and as well as a damaged corner has a crack right through the screen - so I am grateful it has worked all this ...
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