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... which was a short stroll to the culmination of the day, lunch on the Eiffel Tower.
After going through a security check (all bags and backpacks), we lined up for the lift. Eventually we got into the lift which was overcrowded and it trundled its way to the first level.
We were seated by ourselves and not as a whole group. Everyone on the tour got individual seats and we managed to get next to ...
Sunday 7th September
Sam: A really fabulous day today in Paris. Woke up and lounged around for a bit – both Mitch and I planning to do some exercise before breakfast today, but took a little while to get motivated…..but am glad I finally did! Walked to nearby Luxembough gardens (via the Pantheon which is at the end of our street – approx. 50 m away!). Pantheon is one very impressive and stately ...
... we do in Paris, there is a spiderweb like road system, with all the main roads in and out of Paris meeting here at the Arc de Triumph. This Arc was placed in such a way that soldiers returning from victorious battles would return through it to celebrations and festivities. Our timing in visiting these attractions is perfect, we're due to rock up at the picnic near the Eiffel tower with half an hour to spare. Two girls, Maleesa and Chrissy come and talk to us, apparently it ...
... off. We have had much better service elsewhere and would rather tip someone who was more deserving!
We made it back to our room and now currently typing this journal entry. My feet and legs are still so sore and now my back is starting to play up. Tomorrow we might venture closer to the Eiffel Tower and then heading out in the evening to get some photos at night. Its 23:37 and probably time for bed. Until next time, goodnight.
... lady told us they were one way children's tickets! I hope that man was somehow blessed by the money he made off of us. We got to the St. Michel fountain where we bought baguette sandwiches and chocolate croissants and met up with a walking tour. Our tour guide was Sophie, the cutest struggling artist/tour guide from Australia. She bounced with energy and told us the craziest stories of the Paris monuments. Two girls came up to me during the tour and asked where I was from ...