Mister Bed City Torcy
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... and noticed it still features. Next time we come back we'll have to order it just for fun.
The sun started to set as we meandered back to the hotel, and all the soft orange lights came on to bathe the creamy stone buildings in their Parisian glow. There were lots of beggars around - more than I remember, perhaps because of the swathes of refugees making their way to Europe - and the prevailing smell in doorways and corners was of strong pee. Contrasting with ...
... sleeping pill! On the plus side we landed safely in the right country and it was only talking to Stephen this afternoon about our awful flight did I find out he, like me, was thinking we might be making the news as the two kiwis on an Air France flight lost leaving China!! Pleased he didn't tell me at the time or that would have pushed me completely over the edge! My advice ...pick another airline! So here we are in Paris, arrived at our hotel about 8am, tired stressed ...
... lost our way and had to walk for miles through the narrow streets, a contrast to the wide avenues of the central city. After the big climb to the top of the hill we were greeted both by the wonderful views of Paris spilling out before us and sadly the hordes of tourists that were packed into the tiny streets lined by souvenir shops plying their wares of plastic Eiffel towers and "I love Paris" tee shirts.
As the hoards paraded ...
... our backs as we walked over the bridge covered in locks. We vowed our love to each other, added our own lock to the bridge, and together threw the key into the Seine! I guess this marriage really is forever!
The city was vibrant as we walked to the metro stop. Lights were shining, music was playing, some sweet rollerbladers were doing tricks in front of an enormous crowd. We chose our route through the Latin Quarter, which was bustling with ...
... in Paris as a local getting around this massive city. We went to The Louvre, Pathenon as well as hidden places such as the Roman ruin and other little secrets within Paris. This was a fantastic tour enjoyed by all ages and would highly recommend. Just one thing is you do not get a 36 degree day like we had. After the tour we enjoyed a pleasant lunch at a brassierie before heading off to join our skip the line tour for the Eifel ...