Holiday Inn Express Paris-Canal de la Villette
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Paris has so much to offer as a sightseeing city, that I was hardly able to see everything I wanted to in two weeks. I spent as much time out at sunset as possible with my tripod, going from the Arc de Triumph to the Eiffel tower to the Louvre and trying to get as many quality shots as possible. It was nearing Christmas time as well, meaning …
... us the appealing option of almost no line, but the catch was we had to walk up the stairs of the first two levels of the Eiffel Tower. I just googled it and there were 328 steps to level one and then 340 to level 2. So we certainly climbed a lot of steps during this day. It was definitely worth it though - climbing the tower lets you see a lot more of the sights than being in the elevator! We took in the sights from level 2 before catching the lift up to the top ...
... centres. & Yohan then gave us an unofficial tour of the massive park where for the right price you can get your transsexual urges fulfilled. We were also lucky enough to get a tour of his station and see inside one of the trucks.
In France, Fireman also act as first responders to emergency calls so the firetruck doubles as an ambulance. As they are military trained and employed, the place is spotless and many fireman can sleep at the station in bunks. Whilst ...
Another early day, showered and out to be at the Louvre for 9 when it opens. Reminescent of last year we rushed to see the Mona Lisa before it was to crowded, we actually got to the front of the crowd for pictures that do not feature others, but then the similarity to last year ended for the rest of our visit we simply meandered around stopping when we wanted taking our time go take in the art and where we were.
There were artists setup in ...
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