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This morning we crossed the road for 11 euro breakie, plus a cuppa tea for Carol it was quite nice until we got the bill for the cuppa which $6 holy **** service don't come cheap at this joint Nick and Julie arrived so we headed for the hop on hop off bus.Our first stop was the Eiffel Tower so we got off for a look,as there weren't too many people there the boys decided to go up to the top of the Tower so they joined the queue . ...
... the iconic Tower in the late evening sun against dramatic clouds. The meal did not disappoint - the best meal in Paris so far. After dinner, as a special privilege for dining at the restaurant, we were able to purchase tickets to go higher and enjoy the spectacular view after dark. Although it was after midnight when we caught the Metro back home, the trains still ran every 5 minutes and were full of people.
... with a color that matched the decor of the restaurant and crockery. Battery Boy perused the wine list and the others the food menu. Battery Boy was very impressed with Backpack Boy because he had done a wine tasting course in South America and was considering a career in the wine industry.
It was Battery Boy's pre birthday lunch and he was going to enjoy it. He and Backpack Boy discussed at length various reds and what they should ...
... and sculptures on the walls and ceilings. Tracked down the Mona Lisa, didn't get to close though, Asian tourists were built up about 6metres deep. Seen more of Leonardo DaVinci's work then headed to lunch as we were quite peckish by this stage. After lunch we walked through the garden behind the louvre which was so beautiful. This led to the obelisk which we later found out used to be the location of a guillotine, where over 10,000 people lost their heads. At the hotel ...
... limped around this 5 way intersection. In all it took 15 minutes to get through witnessing two accidents in the process. Anyway the Bastille Bercy area of Paris is dotted with some landmarks including the Bastille monument, the house of Victor Hugo and of course more churches. The red tour was only marginally more interesting with stops along the way that included the Palais Luxembourg and Montparnasse which features one of Frances ...
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