Moulin Plaza Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... how one person can make such an impact on a trip :)
We saw the Arc de Triomphe which was so massive it was hard to believe! We didn’t however get to go to the top because it cost too much & we knew there was so many more sights to see! We headed to the Eiffel Tower after which was so extremely beautiful when the evening sky hit. Wow, absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately the lines were outrageous to take the elevator to the top (and I was OK with that!) ...
... the clouds lifted for only a few hours but it was long enough for me to see plenty of beautiful sights in Paris. We stopped at a Bistro in Paris called Café La Belle Férronnière. It was amazing, the building was built in the late 1800s and the decor was very Parisian. The food was wonderful as well but it was the atmosphere that made the Bistro a place to remember forever.
We then spent the remainder of that afternoon riding around Paris as my new host family explained ...
... architecture in the world. All of us were tired so we jumped into a small electric rickshaw type vehicle and enjoyed a 40 minute tour on our way to meet cousins Estelle and Raphael at 6:00 p.m. After meeting them, Estelle guided us up the river Seine where we saw the houseboats and commercial boats on the water. Next a stop at the park beneath the Eiffel Tower where we rested on the grass and took some great photos. From there we walked through the Trocadero and took the Metro ...
... chips :/ haha then! We went to watch the stunt show with you know cars and motorcycles. Next ride was the "The Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror" which is basically a hotel with a lift and you go up and down really fast. It's a very tall building so when you got to the top of it, you dropped straight away! My sister was to chicken to do it XD there was heaps of rides that I went on but I don't think I will talk about it ...
... busy roads meeting, makes for a frantic yet totally unique atmosphere. Next on the list is to tick off an area not far from the Champs, a speciality food district near the Operatic district. Lost again, turn a turn ask for further directions get lost gain, discover something new. We turned a corner and were confronted with the local police, the gendarmes, the undercover police and every other French security force - we have stumbled across the ...