Spring Break in Paris Day #1:
After a 17 hour bus ride, which wasn’t all that bad except for the random stops at 1, 3, and 6 am, we finally arrived in Paris with my al Penny. The first thing we had to do is find our friend Kelsey and her sister Lydia. E checked in and our concierge said that if we knew how to say $1.40 in French he would only make us pay $100; sadly we all failed. We had no time to spare so we ran out the door to explore Paris. We first went to the famous Arc de Triumph. We took pictures and didn’t go u the tower because the line was too long. We decided to take a one hour cruise down the river to see all of Paris, well the most popular part. It was beautiful and the sun was shining bright. After that was the highlight of my day, the Eiffel Tower.
We had to stand in line for about an hour and a half on the first floor and ten about another half hour on the second floor, but it was worth every minute, When we went up the sun was setting, was so pretty, and then e stayed up there until it got dark so we could see the city lit up at night; it was amazing! When we ran down the 704 steps my college foreign exchange friend who lives in Paris was waiting for me. I hadn’t seen him n a year and a half so I was very excited to see him. He took us to this Italian restaurant where I got to introduce him to my friends and chat about life. After dinner we had to run to the metro to get home because it stopped running at 1 am; luckily e made it, and were off to bed.