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... Love Lock' bridge and fastened ourselves alongside thousands of others. Although cliche, it was quite special securing our lock in its spot and throwing the key into the river. We got our photos and even featured in a few randoms snaps that decided to capture our moment as well haha. The next person heading to Paris will have to check whether ours has stood the test of time (Near the bottom, just before the fourth lamp-post, coming from the Louvre side of ...
... expensive hotels I chose to stay in on this trip had bed bugs. When I informed the snooty receptionist down stairs about this she simply blew it off and charged me the normal rate. No problem, I told her, I’ll be reporting this on the internet.
My final half day in Paris allowed me enough time to make it out to the Notre Dame Cathedral. It was impressive, but I’ve seen so many churches these days that I just can’t really get too excited about them.
... start those again.... I have picture of exhibition halls that are now museums and palaces. 7. We saw the Opera House that inspired the Phantom of the Opera - and don't worry there are no lakes underneath :( However, the French thought it was wicked ugly when it was first built 8. The Ritz is under a 2 year construction project to upgrade 9. A French man discovered how to translate egyptian hieroglyphics and Egypt thanked him with a cool statue. 10. We passed the plaza ...
... that the negative side. The worst thing about Paris I encountered was the smell. Every restroom, every Metro station and train, and the entire Seine river all smelled like an open sewer in the hottest part of summer. And it wasn't even that distinct slightly sweet stinky smell that the entire French Quarter in New Orleans reeks of - and if you drink enough Hurricanes you stop noticing - this was a flat out stench there was no covering up. Other ...
... Year 7 French. Amazing how well we got by, although there was a few times we just handed over a note and hoped for the best. Took in a "free" ie. Pay what you feel it's worth walking tour with our Dutch guide (work that out) who was actually really good. He showed us all the main sights mostly from a distance, which was good to get a feel for the city. Had some moules frites with some Aussies on the tour, then walked home via Sacre Coeur for a great ...
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