24.11.2014 - 30.11.2014 10 °C
In ??Paris?? I literally had no time to sit down and blog out, so I am a bit behind. Still, we had a amazing time in Paris with Aunty Jack and the rest of the family?. Some of the highlights? were seeing? and going up the Eiffel Tower, cruising down the river at night and really just having a great time. I highly recommend it. But we didn't just do that, Jack and I also ate out at our favourite sushi ?bar most nights? and we just lived the life of a Paris local. So here's what we did in Paris??.
.we all went up the Eiffel Tower which has an old apartment at the top which MR Eiffel lived in?
.we met Aunty Jack? at the train station - she came over from London?? on the Eurostar
.took a Citroen tour in two old? cars around Paris?? for three hours and saw every thing you can see in Paris??
.bought and locked a lock onto the love lock bridge which is a bridge that you lock your lock on to and it locks you love for ever. That sounds pretty locky to me ?
.caught a boat for a night cruise down the river and saw all the wonders of Paris light up like a 10000 watt Xmas tree?
.visited the grand Opera house, war museum (dad is still raving about it) and the spectacular cathedral - The Notre Dame.?
.strolled through the gardens of the Luxemburg Palace?
.saw the Christmas light show on the Eiffel Tower and around all the streets of central Paris
. had a day with Auntie Jack - went out to the new Louis Vuitton gallery - totally amazing architecture
.ate the best burgers I have ever had in my life at Blend in Paris for lunch?
And here's some facts about Paris ......
When Hitler visited Paris in WWII the people of Paris cut the elevator cord so he had to walk to the top of the Eiffel Tower
Paris was once a Roman city called Lutetia.
Paris has the biggest museum in the world. The Louvre.
Two million people live in central Paris.
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