La Grande Roue de Paris

I love Paris at Christmas time, and one reason is the great big white ferris wheel that rolls in at the entrance to the Tuileries Gardens at the Place de la Concorde.  At 6o meters, this baby offers a breathtaking view of the city, all from the comfort of an enclosed pod that holds 6-8 lucky people.  The nighttime views are my favorite, and it’s open until midnight!  But at 10 euros a ride, you want to pick the perfect night.

My blogging platform has changed the ways photos go on the blog, and I am still figuring it out.  I think if you click on one of these pictures, you can scroll through all of them in a larger size using the arrows.  Why do things change JUST as I figure them out?

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