Have to see sights in Paris?
I have heard from friends that have gone to Paris that the Louvre and Notre Dame are must-sees during the day, and that the Eiffel Tower is absolutely breathtaking at night. Although I have never been to Paris, I have heard good things about Monograms. Their website has a list of must-see sites in Paris that highlights some of the hidden-gems of the city. Check it out: http://www.monogramstravel.com/local-host-picks/paris/.
Both are amazing *-* But I prefer London, because there are so much amazing sights and you have to see it! Just amazing *-* And there you can speak english! In Paris not everybody can understand you! But if you can speak frensh really good than you are right in Paris! I would say first visit London and than Paris :)
The noun 'sights' is the plural form for the noun 'sight'. Example: We drove through the mountains to see the sights. The singular possessive form is sight's; the plural possessive form is sights'. Examples: The doctor was very pleased with my sight's improvement. The sights' alignment on this rifle is way off.
Yes, the word 'sights' is a noun, the plural form of the noun 'sight'. The plural noun 'sights' is a word for something to see; somethinge worth seeing; devices used to assist aim by guiding the eye, as on a firearm or surveying instrument. Examples: The sights in Las Vegas are astounding! The hunter adjusted his gun sights. The Grand Canyon is a spectacular sight. (singular) The word 'sights' is also the 3rd person singular…
Fort Myers Beach in Florida is a high attraction and tourist area for the United States with many different sights for people to see upon visiting. These sights include, Adventures in Paradise, Eden Vineyards and Winery, Manatee World, River Hall Country Club, Butterfly Estates and Gulfshore Helicopters.