It's quite amazing how big the tomb where Napoleon rests is, and definitely reflects the "Napoleonic Complex".
The building in which Napoleon's Tomb is connected to is also host to a museum of old armor artifacts from different medieval times, as well as world war I and II. There is a lot of info to be absorbed and it is very interesting, I especially enjoyed the WWI and II sections.
|Allied Weapons of WWII|
We also saw old musket-style rifles and it's interesting to see the progression of rifles from their beginning and how advanced they had become.
|One section of many examples of muskets and flintlock style weapons|
|an example of what was seen in the armor section of the museum|
Once we finished up our visit at the museum we headed back to the hotel. After which we took a trip to a market at La Rue Mouffetard and I got to purchase some really nice chocolate and they had fantastic Gelato there. Tonight was also our final dinner together with professor Delaunay and we went to a nice restaurant on the Champs-Elysees called 'Chez Clement'.
|Chez Clement restaurant|
Later that night a small group of us went to visit the Eiffel Tower for the last time and we got to see it light up again at 1:00 AM. It was something I definitely am glad I took the time to do again and it was worth the view at night.
|Eiffel Tower at night, before the lights go off and it sparkles the last time|
|1:00am, lights off and it sparkles the last time of the night|