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... through the streets of Paris looking at the various shops and back to the apartment.
In the evening Matt, Nic and I head out for a spot of night photography. The Eiffel Tower is beautifully lit at night so we while away an hour shooting her from multiple vantage points. I give Matt so photography tips and soon, I think, he'll be shooting better shots than me. Before too long the cold drives us back into the apartment for a warm dinner and bottle of local red wine.
... Dame and beyond the Ile de Louis our long boat turned around and sailed along the right bank. Twice during the cruise--once as it began, and again as we turned a second time to return to the dock--we watched the Eiffel Tower go berserk for five minutes, with sparkling lights dancing up and down its 1000' height. It doesn't translate well in still photos--we'll do a video another night. We finally headed back to the hotel, bidding goodbye to those flying home tomorrow. Us? ...
A bit of an early start to catch the first train to Vernon. The Paris metro was a zoo, but we arrived at the Gare St Lazare with time to grab a croissant. We took a bus from Veron to Giverny, home of Monet's Gardens. Apparently Monet noticed the Village of Giverny while looking out a train window, and made up his mind to move there in 1890. He created a series of magnificent gardens (including the famous water garden), and then painted them. The gardens were gorgeous, but ...
Today (July 30) I didn't end up doing a whole lot, I was hoping to book a day tour out of Paris but most of the ones I looked at didn't interest me enough or were really expensive for a single day (more than 150 euros) so I ended up relaxing and napping. Grabbing a baguette, some cheese and meat and then going to a small park near my hostel for food and later planning a bit of what I ...
... go to bed! We decided to go up the tower to get some photos of Paris at night. It was a bad decision. The lines were so so long and were taking a long time to move. You had to buy your ticket at the bottom (or you could take the stairs for free - but only to the first and second levels. There are three levels all up), which was a long queue. Then wait in the queue for the elevator to the second level. Then another long line, which took ages, to get on the lift to ...