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... area and then began walking towards the Notre Dame. About halfway there, we decided to take a rickshaw the rest of the way and enjoyed the fun ride. We walked all of the way back by feet and stopped by some local vendors along the way, of which we bought a couple of small paintings.
Tonight we are headed to a Parisian dinner and will be get to see the Eiffel Tower twinkle around 10 PM this evening!
... in, but I didn't hear and just kept walking. Haha. We ended up at an Irish pub down the street. Where females and males were welcome. Far less uncomfortable. The sushi was really good. We got a combo and the amount of food we got was ridiculous! We decided to head to the Eiffel Tower to see it all lit up. It was a much farther walk than I had thought. I think it took us an hour to get there. Along the way the tower all lit up and sparkled like glitter. Seriously ...
... get you to sign things or buy their metal replicas but we just walked past and ignored them. So no problems of any kind!
We flew SAS, or Scandinavian Airlines, and it was very nice. They had a sale of an $800 round trip fare, which was great! We had to connect in Copenhagen, but did not have enough time to go out of the airport and see the city. Both the Copenhagen and Paris airports were very easy to navigate due to ...
... was good but the extra hour was a drag. We decided to catch a Cab to the hotel rather than take the local train. Hotel is okay, small room and no view of the Eiffel Tower. Went for dinner, who decides that your are in Paris so you will go to a Japanese restaurant that has everything in French and struggles with any English. We did! Took us a while but finally ordered and had a nice dinner. Danielle is hanging out to see the Eiffel Tower so hopefully tomorrow we will get a ...
... of salt;
archeological excavations in the 20th century suggested that the
Merovingian Cathedral replaced by Sully was itself a massive structure,
with a five-aisled nave and a facade some 36m across. It seems likely ...