Hotel Park Lane Paris
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... iron balconies and shutters. The pavement cafe culture. Maybe I'm just a hopeless romantic, I tried to convince Billy that we should move here, after all I was now convinced I was fluent in French. We wondered over Pont Neuf, through the markets and found ourselves outside Norte Dame. Much to Billy's disappointment quasi was no where to be seen. We regrouped with the rest of the tour and went to dinner. Some had another dose of snails, given that I was convinced ...
I was early for my train from Arlon back to Paris this morning so I took a short walk and came upon a statue in front of Eglise Saint Martin, a gothic cathedral in the center of town.
Do you know this man?
I consider myself an educated man, obviously not well travelled, ...
... conquests. Most guide books say it is not worth the visit unless you are a military or Napolean buff. My second hotel happens to be close to this area. I had a L'Open map with me and snaked my way through the neighboorhood, which reminded me a bit of Charleston, SC with the narrow sidewalks and cobblestone streets. At times the tower was in view and at times it was not. 25 minutes later I found the Eiffel Tower. It was 11am.
The Eiffel Tower
It is freezing in Paris right now. Even so, we are still out and about. Today we visited the Eiffel Tower. Originally it was built for the Grand Exhibition in 1897. It was built by Gustave Eiffel. After the Grand Exhibition they were going to knock it down but decided against it. It is now one of the most famous monuments in the world so we had to go to it. Once we had waited in ...
... to the top. One person at the top unloads. Brilliant!
I have been waiting to write about the roundabout. It is perhaps not exclusive to France but is certainly something which I’d like to see more of in the US. On smaller freeways in France, say your average 4 lane highway (2 lanes either way), intersections where you typically expect to have a huge traffic light or even a stop sign instead have a roundabout, or a ...