A Trip to Paris ~ Day 4

A Trip to Paris ~ Day 4 

Day 4 was almost finish about of  this trip but actually NOT!

Today, we got a fantastic, enjoyable and relaxing day that’s all I could say!

In the morning, we could laid back a bit late, because we would go out at about 1:00 pm, we had a whole morning, so we woke up at about 8:00 am and had a relaxing bath, went to the restaurant had our big breakfast, then rest until 10:00 am, ( I never, ever  had a breakfast for 2 hours ). 🙂

Until quarter to one, we gathered together at the lounge to go for a cruise along River Seine.  We had a different view for all the attraction, lovely day!

Because the hot weather 28°C to nearly 30°C, people liked to sit under the bridges or under the trees to cool down. I saw someone jumped down to the river to get cool.

And we had a treat for ourselves: a French pancake, crêpes with nutella sauce, yeah, very lovely, I could tell.

The boat trip only lasted for about two to three hours, we went back to the hotel and have a dinner, we would go out again at 7:00 pm.

Doing what? We had a chance to see the night life in Paris, meanwhile, we went to the tallest building of Paris called: The Montparnasse Tower.

It had 56 floors, with another 2 floors on the top for people to overview the Paris, the total  would be 58 floors, and the height was 207m. And we took not more than 1 minute (56 second) to the top floor! How fast was it?

Those pictures are took from the top floor of the Montparnasse Tower, and the time was about 9:30 pm already.  And now, we set off to see the night life of famous Paris, yay!, How exciting,, although I seen it before, but it was 20 years ago since then. I was willing to watch it again.

We stopped at the Eiffel Tower, just the time at around 11:00 pm, we caught the time to watch the festival light, the laser beam, wow, we just only kept staring at the magnificent, resplendent moment,

More than any other landmark, the Eiffel Tower has come to represent an elegant and contemporary Paris. The iron tower, which was built for the 1889 World Exposition by Gustave Eiffel, was wildly unpopular with Parisians when it was unveiled, and was nearly torn down. It has since attracted over 220 million visitors, and it would be hard to imagine Paris now without it. The tower crowns the Paris night sky with its festive light, and glitters up a storm every hour. I guessed that no-one  could forget this moment!Can you imagine how exciting ?

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