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  • Peter Promodorou

    05/09/2018 at 08:51

    We walked to the Eiffel Tower one afternoon and spent a few hours properly exploring this area, before having a nice evening meal close by. When we left the restaurant, i was amazed at how beautiful the tower looked, sparkling with all its lights and bring illuminations. Very special. I took a photo, but it didn\’t really do it justice by any means and everytime I show it to people I find myself telling this story.

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    • Marc Whitney

      05/09/2018 at 08:52

      Crusing along the River Seine – what could be nicer? We took an evening cruise along the Seine in February, where the boat had great big floodlights along the sides. We saw so many huge Paris landmarks in a matter of minutes, the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame, bridges and more. It was however extremely cold and by the time it was nearing the end, I was pleased that it was finishing, but then I guess that was my fault for sitting on the top, rather than inside. Boat trips in Paris are easy to come by.

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  • Emma Churchill

    05/09/2018 at 08:52

    I caught an underground train and visited the Sacre Couer. It was completely breathtaking, although did look a little strange and out of place. This basilica featured in the film \’Amelie\’ and is home to a massive pipe organ, and some very eleboarte decor, both inside and out.

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