When I was seven I went to Paris. The first thing that I did was go to the Notre Dame Cathedral. The best part is when you are with a bunch of other tourists climbing the stairs that were built for tiny people. I was small when I was seven, but I still had trouble climbing through the 1.2m door to the deck! Looking out of the deck was like something unreal. You saw the tiny winding, bending streets of Paris - which I think are more spectacular than the Great Wall of China or Niagra Falls! Then, you enter through another tiny 1.2m door that leads to the bell. The bell is probably the highlight of the tour, but you don't get to ring it. When you are inside the Notre Dame Cathedral, the great hunchback is remembered, and you are suddenly four again watching the movie The Hunchback of Notre Dame. I will remember that moment for years - the view of Paris from the Notre Dame Cathedral.