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... people lived in. Even with all of the amazing parts of Paris I was seeing I still couldn't wait to get back to the Eiffel Tower.
After another visit to the Eiffel Tower and a delicious dinner where I tried Escargot I was so happy we were able to catch one of the last Seine River tours. Paris is beautiful by night and seeing it this way is the only way it lives up to its "City of Lights" reputation. The boat cruise was amazing ans we ...
... tables and chairs are on top of each other and everyone smokes so you feel like someone could easily ash their cigarette right on your lap. After our meal we walked all the way back to our hotel. We wanted to see the city on our final night under the lights and it was beautiful the way the city lit up under the soft lights. We are ready for Barcelona in the ...
... and there is another cue of about 30 minutes for another lift to get there from the first
viewing platform. I managed to talk him around.
It was a heart thumping ride going to the summit, which is 274m above the ground. The lift to the summit travels straight up the centre of the tower and the lift itself is almost all glass (excluding the base). By the time we got to the top, I was extremely nervous ...
... cream, wondered around Monmartre and then headed off again on the bikes to the Arc de Triomphe. Took the challenge of cycling down the Champs d'Elysée, and continued on our way until we settled down for a meal at a brasserie set back from the Seine at about 4ish. Dad made a good choice with a Nutelle and pear crumble for dessert! Cycled a bit more along the riverbank before the passageway was opened again for cars and we returnee the bikes. Stopped for a drink ...
... sights, driving down the Champs Elysees to the Place de la Concorde with its obelisk and various fountains. Across the Seine the former “Burbon Palace,” now the National Assembly building, was all lit up for our visit, but traffic congestion prevented us from crossing the Pont de la Concorde to get closer. We motored past the Esplanade du Trocodero and the Eiffel Tower on our return to the hotel. And so, finally, to bed. Reveille at 0600 hours.