I have to leave you again for some ten days, back to Sweden.
In the meantime, you can have a general look of Paris. Anne in Oxfordshire recently made a post about the Tour Montparnasse, which reminded me that after 35 years in Paris I had never gone to the top of it (had made some professional visits on lower floors), so I thought that I just had to do it also.
Tour Montparnasse is the only (and last) real skyscraper we have in the centre of Paris, 210 m (= 689 ft), finished in 1972. The Eiffel Tower is of course higher, 324 m (=1063 ft) including antennas, but your visit ends at 309 m (=1014 ft). On the other hand Tour Montparnasse is on some 30 or 40 m (some 115 ft) higher ground and you have the impression to be on a similar altitude. The queues are much shorter than for the Eiffel Tower, but... of course, this is not the Eiffel Tower.
The “French Spiderman” (Alain Robert), climbed the Tower three times, without any equipment... I took the lift (Europe’s fastest).
You can thus visit the roof (level 59). The weather looked promising, but once up, I noticed that it was a bit too misty for the nice and clear photos I wished. Anyhow, here you have a 360° view (actually maybe 400°; the Eiffel Tower is back a second time).
I could not help making some zooming. I’m sure you will recognise most of the zoomed places.
Take care during my absence!