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... the elevator to the second floor. From here, we
got straight onto the lift to the top. Going up was a bit strange as we were
getting very high very quickly however once we were up there, the views were
amazing. We could see all over Paris and get a great overhead view of the city
and where things were. Once we had seen enough, we went back down to the second
floor again and looked around there. On this level you were able to see things
more clearly as they were ...
... me - tuilleries, place de la concorde, and Notre Dame. Followed by Emma and I sneaking out for cafe and croissant - alone! Hit the nautical path to the tower on the Batobus, then straight to the top for the champagne. Finally made it back down to level 2 for trinket buying, then on down to level 1 for - an impromptu (and ...
... on with a stroll through the Latin Quarter, that was all but deserted in the early morning we got to view the cafes with no people. We will return.
A brief pass through Place Saint-Michel, sitting adjacent to the Latin Quarter, we viewed the impressive Fountain of Saint Michel. A stop in a tobacco shop and for $42 Euros per person we purchased a 2 day Paris ...
... we settled in for the trip. Some of us settled in more than others, and straight across from me Dad and Daniel were asleep in almost an instant, pretty much in an identical position. I whacked my headphones in and kicked back to continue my blog, knowing the unprecedented anticipation from those back home for another instalment. Plus I didn't want it to get away from me and then start having to make stories up. I also had international roam hooked up on my phone in ...
... and bought some cheese - one of which we have since discovered is incredibly stinky! Then we moved to the fruit and vegetable stand and the owner grabbed one of his younger employees to serve us (they bag, you point). We bought some heirloom tomatoes, carrots, peaches, and apricots. Finally, we hit up the bread stand and bought two loaves, a multigrain and a baguette. All in all, we felt it had been a successful trip and Evan got free samples, so he ...