Melia Vendome - Paris
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... faithful to their love and they continued to exchange passionate love letters until Abelard’s death.
We could not pass up being in Paris and not visiting the Eiffel tower again. From all over Paris, it plays hide and seek with you. It is such a resplendent structure, and is visible all over the city, from the right angle. Of course you can see it from atop all the other major viewpoints around town, but you also catch glimpses just when you weren’t expecting ...
... doing it to be a show off. Security were blocking more and more of the tower off, expecting the worst. I then started to wonder how many people actually jump off the tower to die. Sad, I know but these thoughts were going through my head at the time. About 20 minutes later, they unblocked the area as the man made it to the top. I am not sure what happened to him but I assume he got escorted away.
After all that commotion, we bought tickets to take the elevator to ...
Today we were going to spend some time at the Louvre which is a massive building containing a lot of old paintings (including the Mona Lisa) and sculptures etc. Napoleon brought back a vast amount of art from the countries he conquered and although he gave a lot of it back, there is still a large amount in the museum.
As usual we caught the metro there and it wasn't too far to walk from there. It really is a huge building as you may be able to see from ...
... It was full of lots of clever thoughts. But, I decided to delete it all because my blood pressure was going up a bit. And, I'm sure family and friends don't have to see this lovely encounter:)
After the park, we crossed over the Seine and walked toward Notre Dame. Such an amazing structure. We went inside when we were here the first time. This time it was probably close to 6pm and very crowded with ...
... remained in the car during the 30 minute transit under the English Channel. We exited the tunnel in Calais; 4 hours to Paris, and another hour crawling through heavy city traffic to Gemma and Marie-Helene's flat in the Montmartre district. Nigel and Catherine rented a 2 bedroom flat for the 4 of us within walking distance of the girls’ apartment.