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... that Stuart couldn't understand. Great experience and love the cut. We head off to the Louve, stopping along the way to pick up fruit and nuts. Fruit is very expensive here, punnet of strawberries are 10 euro . While walking we come across an artist and purchase a few pencil drawings. As we get closer to the Louve we come upon Pont des Arts bridge. We put our love lock on and throw our keys into the Seine river. Stephen Hurley, the story goes in Paris, a couple ...
... crowds at the Louvre, took a wrong turn but found a small kiosk to purchase our pass which allowed us to bypass the queues for priority access, quite a neat trick for us foreigners. Spent half a day scooting around the museum and was pretty amazing, then back on the hop on hop bus to finish of the sights and finished the day with Sacre Coeur Basilica and the tower both with shonky guys selling Heineken ...
... ascended the higher sections to the top we were somewhat nervous, but soon adjusted to the height. After a while we were just absorbed by the view and the magnitude of the engineering feat especially given the time when it was built.
We must tell you about the weather. After a rainy night, this morning was beautiful and sunny and we felt great walking to a nearby café for breakfast in what was appropriate clothing. By the time we were at the Tower the weather had turned bleak, ...
Yesterday I did a bunch of Catholic stuff around Paris. I went to the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal, the chapel of St. Vincent de Paul, and back to Notre Dame for first Fridays during Lent.
In between seeing St. Vincent de Paul and heading back to Notre Dame I walked over to the Eiffel Tower. This was kind of neat for a couple of reasons. I basically walked the edge of the 7th arrondissement, which gave me a perspective ...
... It was literally a dream come true for me and got goosebumps from it. Against the night sky, the tower was lit up and as we got closer, the twinkly lights came on and it was magical—like nothing I had ever seen before. I felt like a kid in a candy store – pure happiness and giddiness; I was in awe. I have wanted to see the Eiffel Tower since I could even imagine, and now that I could literally stick my hand out and touch it was a miracle in itself. ...
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