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Paris Visit (firstimer)

Old Oct 3rd 2002, 11:17 pm
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Mxsmanic
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    > Yes, a very busy street it is, too. But 100
    > meters? That much? That's way more than I remember.

Actually about 120 m, if you count all the way down to the water. The
street itself isn't nearly that wide, of course. And there are very few
buildings directly north of the tower on the same side of the Seine.

    > Most of it is also east of the tower, as I'm
    > sure you'll agree.

Yes. There are a couple of interesting landmarks slightly west or
northwest, including the Palais de Chaillot right across the river, which
makes for a very nice view at night.
 
Old Oct 3rd 2002, 11:18 pm
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    > If we do take the RER, will the ticket also include
    > the transfers on the Metro, or are they separate?

Yes.
 

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