И немного Парижа.. Знаете, что находится в этой приметрной башне почти в самом центре города? Удивительно, но Сен Жан - почти совсем не достопримечательность. Стоит себе и стоит. В нее даже войти толком нельзя. А межу тем, именно здесь похоронен знаменитый ученый и алхимик Николас Фламель. Тот самый, который, если верить книжкам о Гарри Поттере, раскрыл секрет философского камня! 🔮
🔸Short move to Paris for a while.. Did you know, what's inside this peculiar tower in the very center of the city? Well, it's not even a regular sightseeing spot - no queues no guides and it's always closed. Meanwhile it is a resting place of the famous alchemist Nicolas Flamel. The very person, who, if Harry Potter to be belived 😁 unveiled the mystery of the Philosophers stone!
Happy, cozy and wondering if as I get older ‘it’s all about the eyebrows?’ 😂. ...
😮please tell me I’m not the only one that is finding their eyebrows going more astray?😉...oh and it doesn’t help that I have a scar over my left eyebrow that is a b’t&* to fill😊
🇫🇷off to Paris in two days!
Will post all the goods.
Let me know if there is anything in particular you want to see.
I.e ‘what I pack?
What I will wear?
Where we are going? ❄️ Anything else?;)😘
All roads seem to lead to the Trocadero for a view of the Eiffel Tower's light show. As soon as the first twinkle starts, you’ll hear the crowd gasp and cheer while pulling out their phones and cameras to capture the magical moment. It’s free, always open, and accessible to everyone. To warm up frozen fingers and toes afterward, head to Carette for hot chocolate and macarons. From the Trocadero place, you get an unobstructed view of the Tower and can play with perspective. Some even have fun holding the Eiffel Tower in their hands. There is a large place with a great floor. This is where many of the famous romantic shots are taken. A few details you need to know before you go to Trocadero:
Price: Free access
How to get there by Metro: Metro 6 & 9 - Stop Trocadero
Walking times: 1km - 10min from Eiffel Tower, 2km - 24 min from Arc de Triomphe
Closest Parking: Kleber-Longchamps - 65 Avenue Kléber
If you need more information and tips, I’d love to help you plan your trip to Paris so be sure to pick up the phone and call me or send me an email.
An expat friend of ours was kind enough to give us a walking tour of Brussels and stopped to show us the Old City Walls. These medieval remains are from the 1st City Wall built in the 13th century which was originally 7 meters high and 2.3 meters thick. The wall originally stretched for 4km around the city.
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