Eiffel Tower

Great in its structure and magnetic in their presence, the Eiffel Tower has become an icon of France and Gustave architectural marvel. Also known as La Tour Eiffel, the iron lattice tower was built as an entrance arch for the World Fair in 1889. The Eiffel Tower is promoted by millions of visitors and locals every year. Do you know how high is the Eiffel Tower? 1.063 Standing feet, this is the second tallest monument in France after the Millau viaduct, the road bridge over the river Tarn. Nicknamed “Lady de fer, or the iron maiden, the majestic building of the monument, makes it a prominent symbol of France today. Here is some information Eiffel Tower to help you get more details if you can not!

Today, our tour starts by meeting Jocelyne our local guide with an introduction to one of the worlds most beautiful cities on our included tour. After a drive around the city to orientate ourselves we arrive at the Eiffel Tower. This is a must on any tour, and an included highlight on Trafalgar Tours. I arrived early to get tickets and because it was busy today I arranged for Jocelyne to get there a little early to be first in line. Now we wait and wait and wait as the government employees decide to open the tower because of ice on the second level. Lucky we got here early as the lines grow and grow and although they opened late we were the first to go up.

After leaving the tower, we made our way to the Ecole Militare for a view of the tower and a group photo. One of them didn’t work out, but if someones did if you could email it to me, I will pass it on the rest of the gang and put it on the site.

From here it’s off to one of the world’s greatest art museums the Louvre for a guided visit. It seemed like everyone in Paris was there with us, but with only one chance in a lifetime to go, we went, after a little time for lunch and shopping.

After the Louvre we headed for the hotel, and another well earned rest before our last night together after almost three weeks. We started with a cruise on the Seine River at 6 pm to be right next to the Eiffel Tower when the sparkling lights came on.

From here a drive around the city of lights with a few stops for photos one of the best being the Eiffel Tower from the Trocadero and then the Concorde Square for views up the Champs Elysee, on our way to dinner in a little local restaurant. For more information about traveling; please have a look at

After leaving the tower, we made our way to the Ecole Militare for a view of the tower and a group photo. One of them didn’t work out, but if someones did if you could email it to me, I will pass it on the rest of the gang and put it on the site.

 

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