Le Saint Exupery
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... somewhere to order so we settled in our comfort zone and went for a place that sold pizzas. The pizzas themselves were quite nice but I don't think they were worth the €10 each we paid. The walking tour kicked off at 1 o'clock with our guide Harriet, a girl probably around my age who moved to Paris a few years ago from London. I don't know why but all of a sudden we all had a feeling of comfort and relief because it was the first time we ...
... and with a great view. For our picnic we had bread, cheese, crackers, apples, hummus and mustard. After our picnic we went to go get tickets, getting tickets took about one hour!! Then, once we got the tickets we climbed 700 steppes to get to the second floor. (the Eiffel Tower has 3 floors) I personally felt kinda Queazy going up the tower. You could see how high you were when you are ...
We headed out to the Notre Dame(as we didn't get to see it the day before) first thing in the morning so we could try and beat the long cues. Unfortunately, we couldn't enter as there was some form of ceremony going on. After taking a few photos we wondered down to the Saint-Chapelle and the Conciergerie, to visit Paris' oldest stained glass windows and a revolutionary prison where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned, bit eerie but amazing at the same time. We ...
... Jesus wore. These were amazing to be able to see with our own eyes. After, we decided to grab a bite to eat and sit down. My back was burning. I had a crepe with ham and cheese at a super cute restaurant near by and Tommy had a caprese salad. Both were very good. After eating we went on to our fourth place the Lock Bridge. One of my favorites!! Where we signed a lock and locked it on the Bridge then threw the keys into the River. I was soooo excited to find a spot for our ...
... that have more medium density housing and even some terrace with their own small back yards. We alight and walk the two hundred metres to the Palace gates. It is an impressive wide avenue leading to the the golden gates of the palace. We have to wade through another of Fagin's gang noir with their scarves and Eiffel Towers. We walk to go into the gardens while the queue dies down but an extra charge is in place today as there is music playing throughout the ...