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    pink brush strokes in the sky that I did not realize how close we were to a huge city. A few women across the aisle on the bus started gasping and pointing – I turned my head to the left and, in the distance, was the Eiffel Tower sparkling at exactly 10pm. My first view of the Eiffel Tower. Soon, I was on the metro to Megan’s apartment. I stood out front, rang the doorbell, and she popped her head out of her 4th-floor apartment window and yelled, “Alfred!” It was a dream just getting to Paris,…

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    a nearby lawn. The Eiffel Tower’s night sensation The illuminated Eiffel Tower is a majestic sight both from the distance and up-close. If you take the suggested starting point (Saint Louis Islet), only the tower’s tip will be visible in the beginning. As you draw nearer to the tower while you follow the flow of the Seine, it will slowly emerge before your eyes. Make sure to have a clear view of the tower five minutes before the full hour until 1:00 am. It’s when the Eiffel Tower becomes a…

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    Only Street in Paris by Elaine Sciolino is bestseller travel guide book. Sciolino reveal the charm and the strangeness of this road and it is time to make longtime resident of Paris come alive in all it is unique. This book will make the reader hungry for Paris, for cheese, wine and kind of street life that are too fast disappearing. Sciolino, former Paris bureau chief of the New York Times, as the author is a joy to live in the Rue des Martyrs in Paris. Sciolino is attentive jelly every one…

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    ready. The next thing I knew, my mother was waking me up. I was so confused and for some reason I thought it was the next morning. My mom told it was not. She told me that we both fell asleep on the wrong side of the bed and that we were going to the Eiffel Tower another day. I was really upset for a couple of seconds and then quickly drifted back to sleep. Moral of the story: Jet lag sucks, don’t plan a lot on your first day, and don’t come to Paris on a…

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    The Atomium originally built for the first major exposition after the World War II, World’s Fair 1958 which also known as Expo 58 in Brussels, Belgium. The Atomium stands 102 metres tall with nine spheres and its stainless steel clad spheres are connected so that the whole forms the shape of a unit cell of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. Actual designed by a Belgian engineer, Andre Waterkeyn, Atomium supposed to stand only for the duration of the sixth-month of the World Exposition…

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    it a cat? A cow? Maybe a person? They didn’t know. Soon popped out a monster! Scooby and the gang were so scared they ran away from each other. Then, Scooby was all alone.. They all met up again at the Eiffel Tower. The next day, Scooby went on a tour of France. He met some friends at the Eiffel Tower, Mickey, Minnie, Leo the Lion, Pluto, and Bugs, he also met his tour guide, Timmy. Then, Scooby went to a place called, “Paris” to visit his family, he loved his family. His family was really…

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    Paris. Paris is located in France and is actually the capital. Paris is well known for many things such as the Eiffel Tower, shopping, Art, and many more things. In this paper, I plan on going into great detail about some of the sites in Paris, France. The main thing that everyone wants to see when they go to Paris is the Eiffel Tower. The tower was named after Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and started building on January 28, 1887. Construction was complete until…

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    The Evergreen Sycamore Tree The Street Light should save him from the utter darkness that he didn’t even dare to imagine. Just in case if the moon light faded away and left him in the coldness fear. Casey Luttermorth was a wayfarer and had traveled around Europe. He decided to leave home a couple months ago after he lost his mother. He had a very hard life with his father. His father cared about him no more. Poverty was better than lack of love. Little did he know that Uncle Javier didn’t like…

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    Huge Ben at Night London travel is regularly connected with pictures of Big Ben, the acclaimed clock tower from the Palace of Westminster. Worked along the Thames River, Westminster is home to the significant vacation spots in London, including Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and the Palace of Westminster. During the evening, astounding pictures can be caught from the Westminster connect or the Waterloo Bridge of the enlightened attractions, including the London Eye…

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    Calorie-free macarons. Vintage Chanel and Hermès handbags for ten euros in every store. A view of the Eiffel Tower from every street corner. And handsome French garçons buying me croissants, vying for my amour. To my simple seventh grade brain, a parent-free Parisian jaunt with my classmates sounded like a perfect oasis, with only a mere five years separating me from my dreams. I’m a planner, there’s no doubt about it. Months before the official itinerary was issued during the spring of my…

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