Ibis Styles Paris Bercy
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... Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower in 1889. It stands at 300m. We queued up wait for the gates to open. We were in a VIP line and our group was first. Some of the group were able to go up to the top! As Lorne wasn't feeling well, Gerard did the trip for us! Nicola, Lorne and I went to the second level (130m) and the view was magnificent! It was a clear and sunny day so we were able to see far into the distance. Then we went down to the first level, which had ...
... a smaller arc near the louvre. When his army got there it was too small for his army to walk through so he had them walk around it a number of times.
We also say the place du la Revolution where the beheading happened during the French revolution. After we had been through the second level Jason lead us to the line for the third level as our ticket allowed us to go up to the top. The left us there and our tour was done. The view from the ...
... very large buildings dedicated to one guy, and all the cool stuff is right there and you can just walk right up to it. You can even touch it (if you pretend not to understand what "Ne pas toucher s'il vous plait" means). Things you read about in school, are suddenly right there in front of you ... With a history, Audio guide, all in a beautiful peaceful setting. Not all stuck away behind a glass cage with some stupid **** diorama (tee hee .. Diarrhoea) wrapped around it. ...
... 1973, it was the tallest skyscraper in France until 2011, when it was surpassed by the 231 m (758 ft) Tour First. As of June 2013, it is the 14th tallest building in the European Union.
The Conciergerie is a former prison in Paris, France, located on the west of the Île de la Cité. It is part of the former royal palace, the Palais de la Cité, now known as the Palais de Justice, which is still used for judicial purposes.
... on board the orange bus to the Esplanade Des Invalides & walked across the Seine & ended up on the Avenue Des Champs Elysees. Walked past the grand Palais & the Petit Palais. Very warm day in Paris. Walked up the Avenue Des Champs Elysees to the Arc De Triomphe. 9.50 EUR each thanks for coming! Quite a few steps to reach the top of the Arc De Triomphe. Great view from the top. Noticed that there were quite a few elderly people who were there. Some even taking ...