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... the tower and have a warming hot chocolate. Like the Leaning Tower of Pisa it is very entertaining watching people trying to get that perfect shot of themselves and the tower.
As usual there were huge crowds going up the tower and another queue to get the lift to the summit. The top of the tower had been going in and out of the mist but we were lucky that it cleared a little when we were up there. The wind was freezing so we didn't ...
... the corner in the direction that the buses traveled to find another bus stop. Walked past the bridge covered in "love locks". A very strange concept where lovers write their names on locks, lock them onto the mesh covering the sides of the bridge and then throw the key into the river. It is apparently causing a problem due to the massive weight of the locks. Yay a bus stop and the bus is not full. On we hop, buy our ticket and rest our weary ...
... taught me some basic French which I've mostly forgotten (je ne parl pa francais). The park was beautiful and huge and you could see heaps of the city including montemarte (idk some big church thing). After that we went to the supermarket and racked up an embarrassingly large amount of money on groceries but I don't think we'll have to shop except for fruit bread and milk again. When we returned we made baguettes (Brie ...
I went through everything fairly quickly and managed to see all of the paintings that were open today (German 18th century was closed on Thursdays). Saw the Mona Lisa - that room is ridiculously crowded and I'm glad I spent a bit of time in front of the similar painting in the Prado in Spain because it was a lot easier to look at! The rest of the museum other than that was actually fairly empty, which was cool. I took a couple of pictures of completely ...
Métro (bien sûr) to Trocadero, to visit an old friend: La Tour Eiffel. Almost blown off our feet on the ground, we decide that even though the queues are short, now is not the hour to visit the top, and opt for a café gourmand (coffee with three mini-pastries) in the café of the museum of architecture, where we at least have a view of the tower. By the time we're done the weather has changed — still grey and cold but the wind ...
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