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... building and stop at the Marine and anthropological Museum. I get excited when we get off the bus and go into one of the museums. Alas, we leave as soon as TD works out what it is and walk between to two buildings to see the most visited tourist attraction in the world, the Eiffel Tower. We walk down the hill and across the river wading through the many African men selling mini Eiffel Towers or toy barking dogs; all displayed on 1 square metre of cloth with handles formed on ...
... Walking the Seine in the early morning... Green Boxes... Little wooden men... Cafe O Jules... And the magnificent Place D'Italie. Emily... I love Paris! Hey, everyone around me is eating. I've been busy with this and when the trolley went past, I assumed they were offering tea or coffee so I just said 'Non. Merci.' I've missed out on food! That's one I'll never catch up on! Pay more attention, Carolyn. Hey, these trains are made for short people. ...
Started with the Musee du Mode 1950's fashion exhibition. Walked down to Trocadero square for cafe lunch. Took metro to La Defense to see the modern city section of Paris. Boat cruise on the Seine, followed by a visit to the Eiffel Tower and a city tour by bus after dark. Late tapas at El Tonel. This city is ...
... down the Seine from 10:30 to 11:30. Of course Paris by day is wonderful but Paris by night......! Incredible. Today's total walking was 12k.
Tuesday July 1 - Canada Day
Sunshine and rising temperatures. Today was all about finding the Vel D'Hiv memorial. Metro to the Eiffel Tower and we stumbled upon a non official memorial to Princess Diana......we got off the subway at the spot she died. Continuing towards this tower of steel we ...
... us to Versailles. What could go wrong? Wrong train? No. Were we on the express train that would take us speeding past the palace? No. But for some reason the line was interrupted by works, so we were told to alight at Bellevue Station where we were kindly directed to wait at a designated place for a bus that would take us to the palace. The down side was that this was taking time – time that we wanted to spend at the palace. However the ...