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... crisis and so many strange strange Germans and ten different guys trying to sell beer. After sitting for a while I decided to go look in the church; Nim used to come very often when she lived in Paris so she stayed on the steps and wrote in her journal. The church or basilica as they called it was very beautiful and grand, with insane stone carvings, so many stain glassed windows and a huge fresco. Grand churches and cathedrals always humble me and ...
Tour Eiffel : there was a big line there but it was so so so amazing it was just stunning. Fun facts : the tour Eiffel is taller than the Calgary tower.It was built in 1889. There is more than 690 steps to the second level, where we went and 1,710 steps to the very top, but you can no longer walk between the second and third levels. They were going to tear down the tour Eiffel until 1913 when they built an antenna on the top of ...
... in any language I know so I couldn't even tell what I was looking at. It was awful really. It really the only part of Paris that I was looking forward to. They didn't even have pamphlets in english. Even the cloakroom locker area was unpleasant, it stank of urine. We came back after that. I don't want to go out again. Fortunately, Les did, and he brought back cake, so I'm feeling much more positive now. Cheers ...
... of us sleeping. Jerk.
Anyway, we got up and headed for breakfast, pleased that he was checking-out. We were still pretty tired from our last few days off travelling so headed back upstairs for another wee kip. We took our time getting ready and headed out into the big city around midday. We were hoping to stay out all day and see the Eiffel Tower at night, so didn't want to rush out too early.
We caught the tube to Montemartre, a ...
... expecting great things from Versailles as it is reported as the most spectacular of its style and one that many other palaces are modelled on, however I found it quite a let down and not as opulent and sparkly as Linderhof or Potsdam Summer Palace. It is very grand in its size, and for its time that said a lot about wealth. Most rooms have paintings on the ceilings but they seem very similar and the rooms are the same theme and colours except for the Queens ...
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