Hotel de l'Exposition - Republique
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... year to be here.”
John slowly turns me around to face him. His bright blue eyes sparkle in the sunset. I feel like we are both feeling truly romantic for the first time, though we are both 40 years old. Our lips touch softly as John’s hands untie my robe. He places his hands on my shoulders, and slips my robe off my body. My head leans back against the window, as he buries his face in my chest. Time stands still as ...
... the sun set. While still standing at the top platform of the tower, the lights begin to sparkle which is a complete surprise to us! It is a super cool experience! After we make our way back down, we take pictures from the middle of the street behind the Eiffel Tower. We meet a guy there named Sean Parker (check him out on Facebook at Sean Parker Photography), a freelance photographer from Arizona who specializes in time lapse videos. He shows us some ...
... facing the buildings. We learned that every time France had a new king, their entire measurement system had to change. That was very problematic, because there were some villages that had different systems so a foot in one village was something else in a differnet village.
We got to see marie antonette's little village that she built so that she could escape the courts. It was a very Disney-like village, and it was kind of obvious ...
It was a great trip to Paris -- lots of fun and lots of good memories!
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... heading out, and enjoyed it on arrival while taking in magnificent views over Paris in front of the beautiful Basilica. After a look around Sacre Coeur, we strolled around the quaint streets of Montmartre (I was looking for a coffee!). Lots of street artists offering to sketch our beautiful children, so many stalls offering souvenirs (I can't imagine how anyone makes a living when there are SO many selling identical trinkets). The kids are on ...