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... the original Paris was on the island in the middle of the Seine that now holds Notre Dame. The south bank was later developed and the Latin quarter grew there. Eventually, Paris absorbed various suburbs and expanded. The "crypt" museum had displays that showed Paris in each stage of growth, and went into some of the details of how and why the city grew as it did. As in the Hunchback, they showed the various stages of Notre Dame's development as well.
We decided to go ...
... who know him know what this is! But I am being careful not to mention products since that is banned on the blog).
Oh boy I'm so glad we went to this place. Despite initial reservations (since we were the only customers and the strange decor); how a simple meal of chicken, mashed potatoes and vegetables could taste so good is beyond me! I suspect it has something to do with the amount of cream and butter used in the sauce etc, but it was ...
... locks of love" attached to a footbridge caused part of a railing to collapse. Thousands of lovers from across the world visit the Pont des Arts every year and seal their love by attaching a padlock carrying their names to its railing and throwing the key in the Seine. Police were forced to hurriedly usher visitors off the footbridge in central Paris after 2.4 metres of railing collapsed under the weight of the collected love tokens.
he Eiffel ...
... David Harvey has noted.
In February 1971 demonstrators pursued by the police took refuge in the
Basilica and called upon their radical comrades to join them in
occupying a church "built upon the ...
... age of some of these things are uncomprehendable compared to our history in Australia. Eating: lunch found subway yah!!! And dinner an Italian restaurant with no English explanations didn't get quite what we thought we had ordered but not to ...