Paris – Venice 2016: The Big Tower (Day 5 Part 2)

Eiffel Tower, Paris

After eating and hurriedly taking more photos, we decided to take the metro to the Eiffel Tower. No photo ever taken could indicate the sheer size and intricacy of that tower and I hope I can return there soon. Though we didn’t get up to the third (highest) floor, we did spend more than an hour on the second – taking way too many photos and talking almost continuously. We left the tower, just before nightfall, at around 6:15pm and still couldn’t get over the breathtaking strength and beauty of the now-bright, 300m high structure. More photos ensued.

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After a walk back towards a metro station, filled by my gleeful (and awful) French vocabulary, we caught another train to the hotel and made our way back. We stopped at a small Japanese restaurant on the way and were very pleased to leave a while later with a tasty meal under our belts.

 

360° Pictures from this Trip: https://goo.gl/photos/P7XmGT2De8x232sg7

 

 

Instagram Photo (Part 11/15):

Paris – Venice Photo Every 12 Hours Challenge Part 11/15 (Thurs 18th 3pm – Fri 19th 3am) After eating and hurriedly taking more photos, we decided to take the metro to the Eiffel Tower. No photo ever taken could indicate the sheer size and intricacy of that tower and I hope I can return there soon. Though we didn't get up to the third (highest) floor, we did spend more than an hour on the second – taking way too many photos and talking almost continuously. We left the tower, just before nightfall, at around 6:15pm and still couldn't get over the breathtaking strength and beauty of the now-bright, 300m high structure. More photos ensued. After a walk back towards a metro station, filled by my gleeful (and awful) French vocabulary, we caught another train to the hotel and made our way back. We stopped at a small Japanese restaurant on the way and were very pleased to leave a while later with a tasty meal under our belts. [Nikon D5300: 18-140mm]

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