In Wicked Seduction, Victoria sees several pavilions in the Parisian World's Fair. Unfortunately, she does not get to climb Eiffel's Tower.
As with Philip and Lillian in Seduction of my Proper Wife, Victoria does see the Egyptian Pavilion and the Danse du Ventre. Now called belly dancing, this scandalous dance was done by dancers who wore authentic Algerian and other ethnic costumes.
She and her men also visited the Galerie des Machines. It was remarkable for its vast exhibition hall, made possible by
exploiting a new structural innovation, the three-pin hinged or portal
arch. Although used previously in bridge construction, this was the
first application of the arch on such a large scale.
One final stop, though she does tour the majority of the fair, is the Renaissance Exhibit. Not a lot on that exhibit, but it just sounds cool.