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... to a Tourist Office to get info on guided tours, and on the way we walked near or saw many of the main attractions in close proximity - Notre Dame, the top of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre.
We were also we struck by the huge number of people and vehicles....very, very busy. We had dinner at a nice little restaurant at St Germain, then back to the apartment for an early night. On the way we bought some things from a local supermarket for breakfast
... they understand nothing, I had to translate to them both, Jennifer and Richard both speak perfect English the girls however don't. We had a ride on the tea cups because after all it's not Disneyland without the tea cups...lol...we stayed until the park closed at 11pm which was good as the sun doesn't go down until after 10pm, the train home at midnight was good, not like Sydney trains where they run every hour or so, these trains go every 5 minutes and very ...
... the Chaillot to the gardens below.
Several carrousels operate at the edge of the gardens, and during the past several trips I've teased and cajoled Dee to take a ride, but without success. Well, today she must have been feeling her oats, because she hopped aboard with the youngsters (and more than a few oldsters), whereupon I videotaped her "pole dancing" with a zebra in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower! Way to go, Dee!
... resorted to taking a bus which will take a good 7 hours and staying in hostel rooms with at least 8 other people - Ah, the life of a student). Paris is certainly heading into spring, and getting a lot of warmer, although there are still some cold days. However I now rarely wear my scarf, hat or gloves, and a much lighter weight coat is usually sufficient. Spring is paris is incredible - fountains everywhere, sunny ...
... a few people do, we made it through a side entrance and onto a metro cart with little space to breathe. We reached the stop for the Eiffel Tower, and then proceeded to get very lost amongst some apartment buildings in the dark. If we hadn't seen the glittery peak of the tower between two buildings I honestly don't know where we would've ended up. Paris is a bit of a maze. The lit up Eiffel Tower was worth the metro troubles and getting lost however and is something I hope to never ...