Eiffel Saint Charles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a spinach/blue cheese frittata, favorites from the Lebanese vendor at the Monge Market: hummus, crème d’ail, moutabal, tapenade, with pita, and Dulce de Leche Brownies for dessert.
Got up earlyish, and went to the market with my host Cecile. It had loads of lovely fresh fruit and veges. Also meat, cheese and fish. Bought raspberries, watermelon, mandarins and tomatoes.
It was raining quite hard, so wasn't looking forward to my bike tour. Braved the metro through 2 changes of trains, and it really was pretty easy. Got to the meeting place early, but no-one to be seen. Bought an umbrella - I had a jacket on, but didn't want my pack to ...
... free (yay). These big churches are really very cool.
With the kids now exceptionally foot-weary we trained off to the Eiffel Tower for the obligatory happy snaps. For something that originated as a ‘tick a box Must Do’ in Paris… I really enjoyed seeing the big pile of metal face to face. It’s really huge when you stand beneath it. The boys enjoyed watching some street ...
By Cameron I woke up at 6am and went with my mum to get the croissants and a baguette. We bought 3 chocolate croissants and two butter croissants. After we had breakfast we went to the Louvre. First we walked around and looked at the stone statues including the Winged Victory and the famous Venus de Milo. And Leonardo De Vinci paintings but there was no Mona Lisa. Then we saw the Mona Lisa. It had a smile and looked like Leonardo De Vinci in a ...
... taking in the lush green manicured gardens, brightly coloured flowers, ponds with water fountains we spotted an amusement park down one side of the gardens....so off we went...and before we knew it we were on the biggest and probably scariest ride in the park, which also provided a great view of Paris! Next we headed to Champ de Mars to snap up a spot under the Eiffel to enjoy the Bastille Day concert and fireworks display. As hundreds more people started to arrive ...