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There are few things as pleasant as strolling along the Seine on a hot summer's day. There is even a small beach set up on the banks, so you can pretend you are on the coast (sort of).
But the river has flooded this spring,...More
The bank side has been so beautifully fixed up by the city and it is full of places to relax and have beer or a coffee while the kids are playing around with much the have to do there, and all of this is with...More
Our ticket was included with the Eiffel Tower and Louve. We could choose any time for the boat. Originally thought we’d take a night time ride to see “The City of Lights” at dark. That did not work out. Was 6:00 pm so still light...More
I am envious of Parisians who have this wonderful water resource for transport and play and admire us of the city’s forefathers and officials who have turned the Siene walkways and borders into a delightful wellness and entertainment area. Thoroughly enjoyed strolling along the Siene...More
All along the seine there many things to see. There are many boats to take you site seeing. There are artists displaying there art. There are many places to sit and enjoy the various sites and enjoy the slow pace of the city. It is...More
Even though the Seine is a large meandering river of over 700 kilometers, it is most closely associated with Paris. It runs through Paris in a general South-North direction and if you are facing the direction of flow, the La Rive Droite is on the...More
This was the second part of an evening tour, following on from dinner at the Eiffel Tower and prior to the Moulin Rouge. Our guide, Harvey got us VIP treatment and we were shown straight on board. He'd told us to get river side seats...More