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... worth the wait. As I commented previously, the Eiffel Tower looked like a massive meccano tower with inter-locking arches and beams in a lattice formation. The original specifications for the designers were that the structure could be dismantled after the World Fair. Luckily, this did not happen and now the Eiffel Tower is the iconic symbol of Paris, and the most visited attraction in the world. The Eiffel Tower has three levels, with the ...
Well today is our first real day in Paris. Our body clocks are a bit out of wack, but we had a good rest if not a lot of sleep last night. Today we are settling in to our new abode and exploring the neighbourhood. We set out for a walk, went up Rue Cler our local market, which offers food and drink of al varieties. The fresh fruit looks fabulous, with beautiful strawberries, ...
... Epsilon. We tried escargot aka snails. I kept imagining a little snail in the garden, I know it's not those kind of snails but they come in the shell and everything! It literally took 5 minutes for me to put one in my mouth. I think I had like 2 chews before I had to swallow it. I'll be honest it didn't taste that bad but it was mind over matter! We have a video!!! I'll have to start watching Eli, making sure he doesn't sneak out to the garden for a ...
We had decided to let the kids sleep in, as they had been woken each morning since we left Kingsbridge. Unfortunately Tom's hip was sore and he woke early. Ben and Sarah had gone out running and with Maia asleep in the lounge Tom and I sat in my bed for a while, then showered and got dressed waiting for Maia to wake up. She did, at a respectable 8.30 about the time that the run finished so everyone made ...
... I was seeing I was surprised when Imy turned to me and said 'We're not there yet'. A few short strides along the Seine Imy revealed to me the Pont des Arts- love bridge. A bridge covered in locks, where couples come to hang a lock to declare eternal love. Needless to say Imogen and I were not there to hang a lock, but some would say we came close to finding love on the bridge none the less. As we stood there taking photos ...
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