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... off to met the night bus at the tourism office for 9:30 pm.
The tour was good, seeing the Eiffel Tower lit up and the lights glittering at 10:00 pm was the highlight, the rest of the tour was good if not a bit cool. Then it was off to Moulin Rouge, the windmill and its red facade came into view, our excitement began to rise. We got off the bus and directed to the building, then we were directed to join a queue by the security guards. We went ...
... To end the night I went to The Great Canadian Pub. I wish I knew this place existed a few days ago. Even though by the time I got there most of the people were gone, there was still a few Canadians left having drinks and watching reruns of hockey games. Although extremely expensive, €8 for a single rum and coke, and with extremely terrible service, this place was just what I needed. If I wasn't going to go hang out with ...
... lower than the original. Both domes still exist, so when you walk into the church, the ceiling appears way lower than it should be. Louis only ever entered the church 1 time. For the remainder of the time, it remained locked closed until Napoleon’s family had his remains returned to France a few years after he died. He is buried below ground level so all visitors have to look down, as if bowing to him in honor, in order to see his tomb.
Paris also hosted a world ...
... Houmarou’s village. I had given money for him to purchase a little gasoline powered generator on my last visit, and I wanted to see it. With this generator he is recharging cell phones and other small electrical appliances and is able generate enough income to improve his precarious financial situation. I has asked him what he thought would be a good "job" for him with his weak leg. He had already thought it through and said the ...
... we went to the open roof and looked out over Paris....you could clearly see all of the famous landmarks.....last night we stood on a bridge on the River Seine and watched the Eiffel Tower light up....it looked like a million diamonds sparkling on the structure with a search light rotating at the top....very special....we drove passed the Louvre....went into Notre Dame and then walked home....Nikki agrees with me that the girls in Paris are the most ...
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