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Virtual Tour of L Ile de la Cite, Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, France

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Brenda Board says:
".....and if you are a Chef Patissiere (female chef), there is nothing like shopping for equipment and couture...fine women necessities. An evening staying near Notre Dame or the Louvres as your backdrop while having a romantic dinner. Visit often and the language will come to you. "
 
kester pettitt says:
"Particularly beautiful viewed from The Seine, (still recommend a look inside though). If your willing to pay the extra (7.5 euros for adults and 4.80 for children) then one can visit the The Towers and the Crypt."
 
Susan Harwood says:
"Dont get your money stolen like me ! be extra careful while travelling on the metro. Girls in pairs work together by distracting you while the other gets her hands on your purse."
 
john petch says:
"did you know that all mileage(or kilometrage) in France is measured from a spot just in front of Notre Dame Cathedral doors - a must see is 'point zero' - also don't forget to go to view Notre Dame from the Eastern side ( bridge going to Ile St Louis) as this view is really beautiful - then go south over river to the most amazing bookshop - Shakespeare & Company - you might find Catweazel sleeping in an alcove in there! Or just tinkle on the piano and everyone will love you. Pick out a book, curl up in the window and read a few chapters as Paris bustles by ... the real bohemian Paris left bank"
 
Susan Knudsen says:
"Paris is amazing. You can feel it's magnificent history engulf your whole being. One of the most amazing things I ever did was, on a chilly evening, stand in front of the beautifully lit Notre Dam Cathedral and stare in awe."
 
Wayne Roberts says:
"You have to visit the Louvre Pyramids they are a sight to behold!"
 
Joanna Smith says:
"Wow, what a city! I had no expectations. I thought it would just be yet another city but I fell in love with Paris as soon as I arrived. Sitting outside cafes watching the world go by, the museums, the Eiffel Tower at night. Wonderful city and wonderful memories."
 
Sally Smith says:
"chic, romantic, bustling, Paris has it all - from food to shopping, you can't go wrong - bring plenty of euros though!"
 
Lois Ronberg says:
"Paris has seduced me. This intimate partner and I have many a rendezvous in our memories. The French capital is so easy to get around, underground or on the buses but best of all the Parisienne Walk: stroll amid the history, great shopping, green parks and make sure you go up the city-sights opportunities like the Eiffel Tower and the Arc d'Triomph - it is fabulous from above. One of my favourite places is the Napoleon suite in the Louvre Museum - gold, red and chandeliers abound - stunning. Notre Dame cathedral is a wonder to behold, inside and out: I just love the stain-glass windows and several times I've experienced a mass there - heavenly. Paris eateries are superb and I just love popping in to the Latin Quarter to roam around the little restaurants lane - perfect Paris!"
 
Shaun O'Reilly says:
"Baguettes? The Eiffel Tower? French Kissing? What are the things you most associate with the world's capital of romance? Well now you have the chance to see it for yourself. Taking all the culture that Paris has to offer is a task in it's own right, but be sure to leave plenty of time visiting the architectural marvels and shopping for many of the great fashion to originate in Paris, plus a souvenir or two!!"
 
Shaun O'Reilly says:
"Baguettes? The Eiffel Tower? French Kissing? What are the things you most associate with the world's capital of romance? Well now you have the chance to see it for yourself. Taking all the culture that Paris has to offer is a task in it's own right, but be sure to leave plenty of time visiting the architectural marvels and shopping for many of the great fashion to originate in Paris, plus a souvenir or two!!"
 
shameera says:
"a very romantic get-away for couples! i love this place!"
 
steph welsh says:
"Steeped in history and easy to get around on the underground a fabulous city. Brush up on your French before you go as the Parisians can get a little anal if your not seen to at least be making an effort to speak their lanuage."
 
Charlotte Daubney says:
"Who said romance was dead? I had a lovely romantic 4 day break in Paris a few Novembers ago. The city has a great feel with some fantastic sights and buildings! The restaurants and food were lovely too."
 

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