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... d'Orsay, Rex Theatre, shopping districts, visited Notre Dame, saw the Bastille, and of course, got to view the Eiffel Tower from every angle. We hopped on and off that bus several times and I think we can safely say we have seen most of the things that were on the bucket list.
And to top off this fabulous day we went to the Hard Rock Café, which is just round the corner. Lovely cobb salad and potato skins. Yummity Yum.
... crowds of Chinese people with selfie sticks to get to] see the Mona Lisa and tick her off his list. Success! That was the main reason for bringing him to Paris! We then headed up to the Sacre Coeur basilica and Montmartre. Adam agreed with me that Notre Dame was more impressive than Sacre Coeur, although they're both nice obviously. The mini statues were nicer and there was more choice in Sacre Coeur but he still didn't buy one. Maybe I'll just get him one next time I go. The ...
We flew Air France to Paris and landed around 8:30 and needed to find our way to
the gate for our 10:00 a.m. flight to Greece. Of course, we walked through the
duty-free shopping which was calling our names (especially the purses). We
stopped at a coffee bar and bought some French macaroons, which were heavenly
with the cafe au lait. ...
... large crowd of onlookers taking photos. After spiraling 9 story's down, I became quite dizzy. Getting up and trying to walk was funny since I was stumbling. We all were laughing. Oh what fun times. I made my way to the End of Champ Élysées and headed to the Arc de Triomphe. The line was very long to get tickets. Luckily my paris museum pass saved me time again. This pass is worth every penny!! I skip the lines, and make my way up the structure. It was ...
Your blogger has arrived in PARIS! Apologies for falling behind on Vienna entries which will be added to later. Yesterday's travel day was exhausting. It turns out that AirBerlin, '70's Formula One legend Niki Lauda's airline (he was horribly burned in a race crash but eventually retired to become a successful businessman), may be a cheap but a crazed way to fly.
Here's a shot of Paris' Mongolian Wrestler in the Pantheon's Plaza near my hotel.