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... a physical road between the lower and upper level that emergency services can use in order to be able to separate the two levels as two different buildings.
We started at the museum with a tour. Our guide told us about the tall building fiasco and then showed us some of the exhibits. We visited the sound exhibit first. It starts in a sound insulating room which feels like wearing noise-cancelling headphones. We then ...
... a French teacher from Melbourne teaching English in Paris. The Americans catch us up in the park at the base of the tower while Jess starts telling us some interesting facts. And now for your Eiffel Tower history lesson. Mr Gerhard Eiffel paid two of his staff to come up with a design for the 1889 world trade fair & the tower won. It took two years to build & is made up of 18,000 pieces manufactured & put together on sight like ikea furniture. Each rivet was hammered ...
... A little reluctant to get lunch from here so we head to the deli instead. Pick toppings and bread then they put it together. Mine had spinach, cheese, turkey on crusty grain bread. 12:45 pm Metro was a little hard to navigate, we had one transfer and had to follow the route number and get on the right metro. We must've climbed up and down stairs a hundred times! Ok maybe 10 one way. Got a little lost on the way back when we ended up at the same flower ...
... I tried a new drape with this morning's scarf, but by the time I'd walked the two blocks to the Metro, it was hanging like a limp rag.
The gardens were amazing, but disappointingly, the fountains weren't switched on. It was all very beautiful. We had planned to go on to the Louvre, but we were so tired we came home. We catch the 7.15 fast train tomorrow morning to Barcelona for a few days, and will make sure we have plenty of rest.
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Well, on the way, we crossed a bridge, and we saw a saxophonist playing for tips. I smiled at him cause he was actually really good and he stopped playing and pretended to faint. We all giggled a little because we were trying to take a picture of him so we were a little confused, but when he “came to” ...