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... The weather was awful but luckily the mall was attached to the train station. Our first job was to send our package home to NZ. Again a mission as the queue took about 30 minutes, only to find we had to source our own box because they didn't have any big enough. By now we were slightly disheartened so we decided to find some lunch. Not so easy again because the restaurants were quite spread out around the mall and also very full. We ended up going to ...
... the canal and eating on the grass. This was a good time to recharge as one of us was getting tired of crowded spaces and elbows were starting to drift further out and higher to protect area. After a panini each and a can of coke later we were off again. On the grounds was also a smaller Palace, this was the summer palace for the king... though I am not sure of the point as it was merely a kilometer away from the main palace and smaller. Nevertheless there ...
... s land forms.
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... It's was about 20 minutes to get our tickets and then your hop straight onto an elevator that goes like diagonally up one of the legs of the tower and takes you to the first floor. We decided to head straight to the top and work our way down. So we then hopped on another line to get up to the next level which was probably the longest line and when I was feeling the worst. Once we finally got to the top we just took 10 minutes to let me rest and they just checked out the ...
... and several marching bands - this is the first year that the parade has been held, so we aren't getting our hopes up.
The Champs-Élysées were filled with stalls of tasty holiday foods, warm drinks, and artisan crafts for the annual Marché de Noël. We wandered up one side of the boulevard and down the next, trying to avoid the temptation of spending too much money for a specialty item ...