The Eiffel Tower is such an iconic image of Paris, that there are so many photographs of this beautiful structure. However what is also as impressive is the stunning view you get when you go to the top.
The first day we went to the Eiffel Tower, we were not able to go up as the staff were on strike, so we returned a couple of days later. The view was definitely worth the wait. You are greeted by 360 degree views of Paris.
Above: The Trocadero. When we visited the fountains did not have water in them.
Above: The Arc de Triomphe
Above: The Sacre Coeur
Above: Les Invalides, the Tomb of Napoleon
Above: The Big Wheel at Place de la Concorde
Above: Buildings of Paris
Above: The Statue of Liberty, Pont de Grenelle (yes there is one in Paris)
Above: The Trocadero
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