Paris: The City of Love
November 5, 2015 9:37am CST
With its world famous Eiffel Tower, museums and other main attractions make Paris one of the most visited cities in the world. Travelers are always fascinated by the city's impressive monumental attractions. Travelers can explore and learn about the city's history and culture. The most popular points of interest include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Musee d'Orsay and the Paris National Opera. There is nothing quite like a river cruise on the Seine. Most river cruises give visitors a good view of the city's famous architectural works of art and museums. And don't forget, Paris is also associated with its fashion scene, outdoor cafes, restaurants, vibrant nightlife and cabaret. Perhaps, most of all, it is the city's charm that brings visitors back again and again.
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8 Nov 15
@Rosekitty The Euro is low actually, so it could be again a good place to visit for an American tourist. The city is changing and many neighborhoods have been left by the working class because they are now too expensive. It is not the same place than last century, but the monuments and museums are still there
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7 Nov 15
You have covered it pretty well. I have visited that place and have experienced most of what you have said here including the Lido show. I also saw the place where Princess Diana met with that fatal accident. There is a perpetual light near that tunnel.
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8 Nov 15
@thauser Yes, I harbor a bit of envy toward people fortunate to have been born in Europe, especially in Italy and Greece. I studied German for a few weeks in college but was carrying too many hours to do it justice, and finally dropped it.