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... and how it's faster to walk up the tower and it's 669 steps until the second level where you have to ride. The line for the stairs was actually longer than for the elevators but we wanted to walk up anyways. The walk up was intense but so much better than riding in this death machines called elevators. Bryan and I were actually flying by most of the people on the stairs so we made it up in no time. At the second level we had some amazing views high enough but still ...
... 3 years to complete. Enormous chandeliers hung in every room. The famous hall of mirrors was hung with dozens of chandeliers and large mirrors opposite every window to double the light in the room. We wandered through the magnificent gardens and down to the Trianon village where Marie Antoinette lived.
Again, we were weary, so the family vote led to hiring a golf cart to explore the gardens further. An hilarious ...
... warned me it would be; chickens for sale with feathers still on, dead fully furry rabbits, and the typical array of vegetables. After that detour we stopped at the Eiffel Tower. For me it didn't disappoint at all, exactly how I imagined it. Touristy of course but not nearly as bad as Rome. It drizzled a bit but didn't ruin the view in the slightest. The urban hiking continued again as we set off towards all the famous museums and Notre Dame. It was just ...
Gray, overcast, rainy day in Paris has me wishing for the blue skies and sunshine of London town. If you had told me i would be pining for UK weather halfway through this trip, we would all have laughed a good laugh - but who's laughing now, Rodrigue? Who, i say? Not i, who seems to be letting the rainclouds sour his mood. I exit from the metro at Place de la Concorde just as it starts raining buckets. As tourists scamper hither and yon to find shelter, i pop out the umbrella ...
... through. What a L'idiot!! Parisians need a slap upside their head to shake them out of their complacency. They have a beautiful city but are not working hard enough to keep it that way inside and out.
The landmarks and musuems however are awesome...Eiffel Tower, especially at night is amazing. Notre Dame is the best church I've visited to date. The 375 step climb upto the belfry was worth it. It is 870, yes 870! years old ...