Hotel Lyon Bastille
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... This domed chapel houses Napolean’s remains and is impressive with the interior dome rising up 107 meters.
By now the Eiffel Tower was in sight. There was also a horde of people intending to do the same tour. Mary sat this one out, because she had been to the top on one of her previous trips. I waited in line for 30 minutes to make it to the mid level, saw the sights, saw ...
... there was no color in the sky. Our guide was very good to share the history of the tower and point out land marks. Fortunately by hiring a guide we were able to skip the long entrance line, but still had to join the cattle drive for the elevators. He did not join us to the top. It was just a crush of people to come back down. Not worth the time or expense to go to the top.
We really enjoyed seeing the tower lit at night from ...
Today we spent most of the day driving to Paris. 3 long hours stuck in a cramped car. Patty slept most the way. Half way we stopped for lunch. Patty had a yummy tuna sandwich and Brett was able to find a chicken sandwich. Yea! After returning the rental car we waited for a taxi to take us to ...
... in the city. His local knowledge re shopping, parking, local transport, restaurants, pedestrian crossings, and methods to by-pass queues to certain attractions were invaluable. A fantastic way to improve our understandings of the local culture of Paris. First stop was the Eiffel Tower and gardens. It is the largest iron lattice tower that has ever been constructed. The Eiffel Tower stands 324 metres in height, and is supported by a series ...
... noticed Capuccino-flavored Lay's potato chips being offered for sale at Walgreen's. I don't think they will last though.
Then, a short black haired woman appeared and unlocked the gate. We all rushed inside, and before I knew it, I was in the airport crossing through security. The flight was short and sweet. Europe is so much smaller than the U.S. It takes two hours or less to fly anywhere, and there is rarely a need to make a connection. I was glued to the window ...