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... quarter on the leftbank……we started with a visit to a skyscraper….not too high at 56 floors…..but high enough to see all of Paris!!!!
I still think Paris is a design masterpiece… there is such symmetry to its layout….the Seine river separating the city in to 2 distinct separate sides…wide boulevards extending out from the ...
... few souvenirs and the kids got their portraits drawn by a street artist, she was lovely and very enthusiastic but the pictures are a bit "off", the likeness is not 100% and they look angelic!
We had a quick lunch (more frites) and headed back to the Gare du Nord for our train to London. Paris has been great, but we really needed a few more days to do everything we wanted to do, we've only just scratched the surface.
... the Napoleonic Wars, was our first stop on our first day out. Weather is absolutely beautiful and it was nice to take a picture finally without wearing the same Northface jacket.
Up next was the Eiffel Tower. Brian had delightfully turned down the trip up, so just myself Jo and Kyla walked up to the second tier of the Eiffel tower because we thought it was worth saving 4 euros to do that instead of taking a lift all the way up to the top. ...
... to take back home. We then met up with the rest of the group and we all walked to the building where Napoleons tomb is kept and where there are many army and art exhibitions. We then took the scenic route and walked along the River Seine to the Eiffel Tower to relax under the trees and have some ice cream... I had a chocolate and vanilla cone, which was absolutely delicious and may be the best ice cream I have ever had! Once again, we WALKED all the way to the metro ...
... a rest we headed out for a night tour advertised as a great way to see the city of lights! We knew heading out that it would be light for at least part of it since we were nearing the longest day of the year, but it really was a let-down. The views of Paris were amazing, don’t get me wrong, and we had a great time despite the Australians we bumped into complaining that 3 of the shops they went ...