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... Juan Carlos, he left us and we were free to explore the summit for as long as we liked. And then could just do the other levels as we liked. We walked outside on the summit and THE FLOOR MOVES! Did you get that? The floor moves! Hey, bit scary that. But, what are you going to do. We headed straight to the champagne bar. With a champagne in hand each, we headed to gaze at the view and we toasted Dad from the top of the Eiffel Tower. And we grinned a lot. Just an absolutely ...
... better on paper than in real life. The first thing we notice is that it
is hot! So hot and sticky it’s oppressive and with our backpacks on the going
is tough on our walk to the hostel! The hostel is situated upon the canal and
is actually overlooking it, which gives us a great view. We lumber in after our
walk that takes a lot longer than it should have due to our snail like zombie
pace. Sweat is pouring off us as we enter the hostel foyer. We ...
... Sacre Coeur in Montmartre. Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris, and is 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding district. It is primarily known for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacré Coeur on its summit and for its many artists who worked around the community such as Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh. Today we went inside the basilica and wandered through the many ...
... in fact he is a great mentor and a lovely bloke, they cut out the stuff that doesn't rate. I felt like a camel and just couldn't get enough water I found that it is obviously hot in the kitchens and unfortunately the water tastes hard compared to our water at home. I drank gallons which I later came to regret. I was paired with a South African lady for the macaroons class who was a serious baker I don't think I was the ideal partner ...
... s party. We walked through the louvre, which was a former Royal Palace before becoming a museum, you can see the different styles added by kings. It's very beautiful from the outside. We walked through the courtyard and saw the five glass pyramids. It's humungous. We then through the Jardin Des Tuileries and saw the orangerie. The Louvre leads to the Jardin and as it was the royal residence for many French sovereigns: Henri IV, Louis XIV, Louis ...