The Enchanting Iron Lady

In French, Eiffel Tower is La Tour Eiffel. It is also called la dame de fer which means the Iron Lady (the structure being built with iron).
Eiffel Tower is a magnificent structure, elegant in almost every angle. We strolled at Parc du Champ and got this stunning view of Eiffel. Tourists had most of their times enjoying the greeneries, having picnics, drinking wines and champagnes while having a picturesque background of Eiffel. We allowed our little Apollo play and run around the park while both of us sat down and relaxed, admiring this massive, breathtaking structure in front of us. I closed my eyes and I could still feel her presence, looking more fabulous even out of sight.
Apollo and the Eiffel Tower

Apollo and the Eiffel Tower

Looking at her on a different angle from Trocadero is also as stunning as the view from Parc du Champ. With all those fountains and green luscious landscapes adding to its beauty and elegance, I must say picture perfect!
stunning view from Trocadero

stunning view from Trocadero

getting near the Eiffel from Trocadero

getting closer to Eiffel from Trocadero

I must also say that this view from Seine River is also captivating.
breathtaking view from Seine River

breathtaking view from Seine River

The Eiffel Tower has an enchanting beauty at daylight, but she has also a unique charm during night time. There is something magical about looking at her at night, where all of its light are illuminated, and the spotlight on top of the tower flash accross Paris skyline, and rightfully claiming the title “City of Light”.
glamorous view at night

glamorous view at night

dazzling beauty

dazzling beauty

These pictures had said it all… Need I say more…
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