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... of the Saone and Rhone and is built
around 2 hills and, of course, the two rivers. It's the 3rd largest city in
France, after Paris and Marseilles, and we liked it!! Our tour took us to
the top of one of the hills, Fourviere, which has a Roman theatre still in use
today, a very impressive Basilica built in the 19th century and a
communications tower modelled on the Eiffel Tower. Obviously some rivalry ...
... 3" class="reference"> In 1981, the Italian architect, Gae Aulenti
was chosen to design the interior including the internal arrangement,
decoration, furniture ...
Our last day took us to the Catacombs, but after seeing that the line actually circled the building and it was going to take three hours to get in, we decided to get lunch instead. Food always takes priority with us haha. Since all of us except Phil had been to Montmartre (Rach went the night before with Alex, who Chris and Phil jokingly call her 'Europe boyfriend’), we caught the tube up there to show him the ...
... on the lower portion of the tower, where you can see people walking nearly 200 feet under your feet.
After the Eiffel Tower we headed to Notre Dame with our friends and there had to part ways, as they had to make their TGV train to Turin, Italy. We said our goodbyes and then, instead of taking a tour of Notre Dame, we opted to head underground to the famous Catacombs of Paris to escape ...
... swooped in with duct tape and was able to get the handle back on. Of course after I got done with the duct tape the handle is on sort of crooked which would make Mary Poppins very sad. More sad is that the umbrella is now in a permanently half open position and Emmanuel has broken up with the umbrella (pun not intended). But the fact remains that without the duct tape I would never have been able to fix it.
Never go to Paris without duct tape!