Forest Hill Paris Meudon
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Fun facts about Paris:
- Eiffel Tower
>370 people committed suicide from there
>painted every 7 years
>1987 - a man bungeed from the 3rd floor and was charged with an act of terrorism
>originally thought tobe a temporary structure
- Arc de Triumphe
> to honor soldiers who died in WW1
... of the stained glass windows on the ground level were wire cages to protect them from vandalism. The only thing to slightly sully the visit were, once again, the swarms of loud, photo-happy tourists. Despite the signs that say "no photos" and "silence please." After leaving Notre Dame we quickly visited two more places right around the corner. The first was the "love lock bridge," named so because it is covered with tens of thousands of locks, placed there by ...
... very early on is far superior to the rest. The baguettes are magical - the perfect blend of softness, flavor, body and crunch. The deserts are out of this world. Our fondest memories of the neighborhood will include the time spent picking up baguette or a special treat for the family on the weekend or while walking home from work.
The neighborhood parks: We’ve observed that the city of Paris has done an amazing job at squeezing in kiddy parks into ...
Bonjour! I hit the ground running today, excited to embrace the Paris sunshine (yes, it's sunny AND hot!) and visit as many sites relevant to the French Revolution as possible. Unfortunately many of the sites no longer remain such as the Tuileries Palace. However, I was able to stop off in the Tuileries gardens for an ice cream. First stop was Place de la Bastille. While the Bastille prison was torn down ...
... lean it back against a wall if possible. 3. Walk on the right hand side and never smile at anyone, it scares them. 4. Don't leave anything of value out of your sight, twice now I've seen pickpockets at work and both were well dressed, pretty young women 5. They treat tourists with a high degree of contempt. They are friendly but patronising, beware the false smile. 6. Use a huge handbag, they are really useful aides ...