Ibis Paris Porte de Versailles Mairie d'Issy
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... to go up in the elevator and people in queues to buy their tickets to then join the other queues. Not for me.
The first part of the tour covers the history of the Eiffel Tower and that this was used as a radio station during the war. The next section was all about the elevators and how they worked. We then walked past all the people in the queues to get to the elevators. I did for a moment feel guilty about this but only for a moment.
We then ascend the ...
... shady gang. Scott and Cheryl were great mates with them so the €20 bottles were had for €6.
A great night was had by all, Scott and Cheryl left about 10pm to go to the Crazy Horse show and we staggered home. When I say we, I mean Jane supported me while I staggered severely. Must have been that Punjabi wine!
A quick weather report: Fine and sunny, mornings and evenings a little cool, 12 to 22 degrees.
... and rooms (ok more like shuffling along with the hoards of other tourists) and the manicured gardens. Ate my packed lunch, or as the French say, 'picnic' on the steps overlooking the stretch to the lake. It was so nice to move at my own pace :)
Leaving Versailles, I realised I could still fit the Lourve in particularly as it was open late that evening so made my way back into Paris. I'm not a huge fan of museums - sometimes it feels as ...
Today we went to the Champs Eleysees and walked along the street. There were many stores including Louis Vutton, Cartier, an H&M. Heather and Judy had a great time looking around. Judy and I walked to the Trocadero in the evening and has a Cappuccino and a chocolate filled pastry with a view of the Eiffel tower. ...
... The hustle and bustle of the city, the honking of car horns, the sound of French being spoken at 100 miles per hour, combined with the fact that I had no clue where I was and was relying completely on Google map's instructions to get me where I needed to go was a little scary to say the least. But make it I did. I dropped off my case, dug my guidebook out of the bottom of my bag and was off to explore one of the most international and famous cities in ...
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