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... to walk home along the Seine to catch a better view of the light show.
We walked north and waited for the 11 pm light show. I got several good slow exposure photos of the tower at night and was able to catch it lighting up on video. We walked north across and along the river until we found a metro stop to ride home. We bent with a lot of mishaps this day, but we did not break.
Eiffel Tower light show Lonnnngggg metro home ...
... images with them as it was happening.
On our last trip we spent the entire day visiting the Louvre so this time we did not enter but wandered the grounds taking some nice photographs. We then jumped back on the metro and made our way to the famous Champs Elysees. On our way up the Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe we stopped off at the numerous shops that line this famous street. However the highlight was a visit to the Citroen ...
... NA as it cannot be GMO. We simply can't stay in Paris without baguettes - it would seem too cruel or so we have been told. They really are so good - worth the madness? We shall see.
Our host Louis has recommended a favourite restaurant of his that will "get you into another world". It does look like a lovely place however the pigs feet with parsley and pork knuckle with caramel on the menu are not ...
Our apartment is on the top/10th floor of an apartment building.
Lovely and modern with a great kitchen for preparing a christmas feast. The lovely owners have even set up a christmas tree for us. It also has a great view and you can see the Eiffel Tower.
The first day introduced the children to the Metro, a little nervous because they are not used to crowds, as people have been sparse up until now. ...
... of Bordeaux red. Big mistake when we were so jet lagged!! After lunch we dragged ourselves over to the Eiffel Tower, wandered down to the river and also through the Champs du Mars, which is the park underneath and around the Eiffel. We couldn't stand up any longer and went back and slept for an hour, to try and revive ourselves!!
Getting up and pushing through the jet lag, ignoring Bairdy's swollen ankles and knees, we had some more wine at a cafe ...