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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Marais Paris
Un descubrimiento. Recomendable. Cerca del Pompidu.
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... from its original design.
After that we grabbed some lunch (we ate a lot in Paris and practically every meal was better than anything we had had in Ireland by some margin) and headed to Notre Dame. Notre Dame however had a line as well, and seeing that we had already been to Sacre Coeur we decided to head the Pompidou centre. This is an art gallery and features modern artists. We walked around for an hour and decided we really don’t get ...
... when we compared their shopping experience to ours. They tried on undergarments while we tried on children's princess dresses hahah. When everyone finally came out of the mall we headed to a nice little Italian restaurant for dinner. Cheyenne and I split pasta and were very pleased. After dinner Cheyenne, Stephen, Linh, and I decided to head to the Eiffel Tower and try to go to the top. We actually got really lucky and got there just before the line got big. I looked ahead of ...
... its neighbor in 1931)" ("Eiffel Tower"). When one thinks of Paris, one automatically thinks of the Eiffel Tower, so we paid to go to the top of Montparnasse Tower, the tallest building in Paris, in order to see the Eiffel Tower. The largest structure in Paris is the Eiffel Tower, but the tallest building is Montparnasse Tower. The view from the roof was absolutely mesmerizing. I stayed on the roof longer than anyone else, but eventually forced ...
... the concept of "conditioner" for hair is almost non-existent. For someone with extremely curly hair, conditioner is almost essential for being able to comb my hair after a shower. I ran out of the little bottle I brought with me after my last shower and didn't see any in the first few stores I looked so I thought I might have to do a "no conditioner" experiment for a while, but I did manage to find some at the Monoprix - the ...
... gave me a ‘student price’ (still 50 euro) and said
it was a pleasure to draw me. I think it’s a fantastic drawing, not sure if it
looks like me though!
I met another Aussie girl working at a quirky shop called Vingt
Heures Vin. She’d moved here to work, live and review gigs on her blog called ‘throwingmyarmsaroundparis.’ ;
I tried to get to the cemetery before it shut, but I ...