Adagio Access Paris Tour Eiffel Saint Charles
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... painters, sculptors, architects, passionate fans of the beauty, until now intact, of Paris, hereby protest with all our force and our indignation, in the name of French taste … against the construction in the very heart of our capital of the useless and monstrous Eiffel Tower".
It’s implausible to think that the tower started off as a temporary structure for the 1889 World Fair, and has just merely escaped dismantlement (the council decision after the expo ...
... wealthy. We then lined up to go into Notre Dame. When we got in there was a service happening so I felt quite uncomfortable being a tourist when people were worshipping so we didn't stay long. When we got back to chez Isis we went to our local bakery & bought a baguette, 2 tarts & 2 eclairs for dinner. We were quite proud of our French except when the girl said how much it cost we just looked blank & she had to repeat it in English. Oh well it is ...
... and even stopping to buy more wine. We made it back to the hotel in time to shower, change and head off to the hotel bar to watch the World Cup soccer game between France and Germany. It was a festive game with beer and wine flowing and much vocal support but sadly for France they lost. We were entertained by the hotel manager, Matthew, who had a complimentary bottle of wine sent to our room and taught us a bit about France and Paris and especially ...
... costing hundreds of dollars. Maybe one day we will be rich and back to shop for real! We walked through a horde of French military officers and came across this square where we sat determined to find our location on the map. We figured out the Louvre was to the left and the Eiffel tower was to the right. We strolled through the Tuileries Garden until we made it to the Louvre to catch the subway back home for dinner. Our feet were killing us and we were ...
I was very excited to be seeing the Mona Lisa in real life and was surprised to see how small the painting actually was it was nonetheless a great experience, we also managed to see an exhibition modeled for by lady gaga and a few other works which were extremely skillful masterpieces. We then headed ...