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... charm me so? I stop and take a few photos that naturally will not do any manner of justice to the magic of the scene, as do a number of tourists who had rounded the same corner at the same moment. Not three minutes later, the rainbow has vanished. The square in front of the cathedral is buzzing; stands have been erected directly facing the monument, and street dancers are playing the crowd wonderfull, eliciting cheers and laughs and clapping. I take a few pictures of ...
... us. We had been on the go for 6 hours straight...no breaks...so I think we did amazingly well to see as much as we did. Sadly, though, none of the fountains were going; that only happens on Saturdays and Sundays during the summer. There were so many of them, all beautifully carved and symbolic. The Apollo Fountain must be glorious when it is going. Tomorrow is Saturday, but I am not sure if I will go back or not. From all reports, fountain days are zoos! And, ...
... tower. The view from level 2 was at about 9pm with twilight setting in so we got some great photos from that and then the view up the tower was just after sunset at about 10pm which was a really awesome way to see the sights of Paris. We were at the top as all the lights of the city came on and it was pretty spectacular to see. That pretty much brought us to the end of that day.
Our third and final day in Paris was supposed to be spent looking through ...
I arrived at the Louvre almost as it opened; this has been one of my dreams, and I wasn't going to miss a minute.
The first question, on the tips of your respective tongues, is...did I see Mona Lisa? Yes. But I wasn't in a hurry. Miss Lisa was not one of my main goals today - which was, basically, to see what there was to see. I started off with sculptures, French, Greek, Egyptian, Assyrian and Roman. I was keen to see Michelangelo's ...
... Seeing twelve streets all coming together into one massive roundabout is something else. An underground walkway assisted us to the centre and we climbed over 200 steps to the top to get a panoramic view of Paris. Watching these 12 major roads all meeting at The Arc-I can't even begin to describe the traffic to you. But the view is awesome, well worth the climb. As we headed towards the Eiffel Tower, and some beautiful views ...
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