As my time in Paris comes to an end, I can truthfully say I have seen everything here. The past two days we have been taking a bus tour around the city which consisted of 4 different bus routes. We successfully rode the entirety of each route in addition to walking around a lot of the city. Yesterday we spent the entire morning at the Eiffle Tower. We waited in a long line to walk the 600 something stairs to the top of the tower, and I can say it was worth the wait. Even though it was a cloudy, rainy day, the view was amazing. It felt like I was on top of the world. Unfortunately, the very top level of the tower was closed because of the windy weather conditions. After walking down the stairs, we began the journey to find food. We ended up walking in a huge circle! Paris streets are so confusing! We finally got to eat and then got back on our bus to see the Arc de Triomphe. It was so crowed, but a beautiful piece of architecture! Then, we took a rickshaw ride back to the Eiffle Tower. Our goal was to see it lit up in the night sky. The rickshaw was an experience! We even saw an Egyptian protest as we were towed down the street. Upon returning to the tower, we waited for the sun to set. The view was georgous! The tower finally lit up, and the wait was worth it. We then attempted to ride the metro back to our hotel. We figured out the confusing routes and rode the subway one stop until a voice came over the speaker saying something in French. Everyone proceeded to exit the train. We heard someone say it was the last stop and that we should head to the bus. This was quite an experience!! The bus took us to another metro stop which we eventually were able to ride home. Luckily the people on the bus were nice enough to help us out and explain that only a few stops on the train were closed for the day. Finally we made it back safely! Today, we began our day by riding the bus around part of the city which we hadn't seen yet. We walked around the Luxembourg Garden which was absolutely beautiful. The sun was shining, and it was a perfect last day in Paris. We then rode another bus to the love lock bridge. I was able to decorate a love lock to put on the bridge. I had seen this bridge in pictures, but it was so pretty up close! There are so many different locks which make the bridge glisten in the sunlight. I threw the key to my lock in the water and it will now be locked there forever! This is supposed to be a symbol of lasting love so it was decorated with mine and Austin's names and the date. We then got back on a bus and unexpectedly rode it for close to 2 hours. By the time we reached our destination, we were so happy to get off! We ate dinner and walked back to our hotel. I had a great time in Paris, but I am ready to return to Barcelona where the streets are familiar!