Citadines Tour Eiffel Paris
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... that are more important like sight-seeing.
Winding through the streets you pass by gorgeous architecture on every block. Just about every building has apartments on top that all have the cute classic mini-balcony that you see in pictures of Paris. You know the ones with the french doors that open to a very small balcony that is surrounded by an ornate metal gate. A few blocks from the Notre Dame we stopped to turn down one road to see what a giant castle looking ...
... s Eve the plan was to go out to see people celebrating and join in, but after waving them off we just fell in a heap and put our feet up to watch the celebrations on TV. Happy New Year to you all, and a special thankyou to all our Mudgee friends in the video they sent us, it made us feel like we were there! Thanks Didi and ...
... bridge to cross the Seine and found myself back at the Arc de Triomphe, totally unplanned. A saunter part way along Champ Elysees and then up to and along Boulevard Haussman took me in and out of shops for just a browse here and there. I happened upon, by chance in my disorientated state, 'passage couverts', covered shopping arcades of the 19th century; not unlike the Brisbane arcade but narrower and more sumptuously designed and decorated. Further ...
... the report I was required to complete (in english) to enter all of the details into the police report system. She used a 'free translator app' on an iphone that had bugger all service to ask me questions in english. Oh lord give me strength! Then to reply i needed to wait for the prompt to skip the 'play free slots' ad before i could type a response. While we were there, at least five other people walked in with the same photocopied bit of paper. There is a message ...
... wait), before walking heading back to our accommodation via Jardin Luxembough – where we stopped a while under shady trees to listen to the orchestral band playing classical music in the rotunda (delightful) while I consumed the Grand Macaron (also delightful).
Climbing the 7 flights of stairs after a long day riding bikes and walking around…didn’t love it.
As I’m typing this….OMG spaetzle dinner smells ...