Merci Paris - Euro Trip 3
Le Pont des Bridge, behind is the institute of France.I wasn't hoping to write one more post on Paris, owing to the fact that I spent only one and half days there, and I slept 10 hours during my stay. But it’s hard to say no, to a friend who wish to hear some more.
It’s difficult to forgo history when writing about Paris, one of the old cities in the world. The permanent habituation of which dates back to 4200 BC! Much later Romans conquered it, and settled down by 52 BC. Below is the oldest place and centre of Paris – “Ile de la Cité” – a naturally formed Island in the river Siene.
Guillotine, and right here near Pont Neuf, The knights of Templers were burned at the stake.
Notre Dame Cathedral from behind, look at the flying buttressWhen travelling to ancient cities, especially the ones with rivers, its best to take a boat trip for sight seeing, and that's what we did next.
The Grand Palais ("Big Palace") a large glass exhibition hallAlmost all the important monuments, buildings of Paris are sighted along the river including the Eiffel tower.
Invalides Bridge“Underneath the bridges of the Seine,