Holiday Inn Paris-Gare de L'Est
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... love bridge, or the lock bridge. Here people place a lock somewhere on the bridges metal structure to symbolise their love. The bridge apparently gets that heavy with locks every two months or so the local authorities come out with angle grinders and bolt cutters to remove everything. We must have got there when it was nearly due for a cleanse. The thing is absolutely loaded and there were locks on locks. We saw all of these street hawkers selling the locks and keys ...
There were children with sailboats in the pond, running around with long sticks that they used to push the boats along in the water & race each other. Its a relaxing place to sit down for a moment.
Dinner tonight was another restaurant that we'd already been to on our last trip. It was so good the first time - we had to go back. Chez Paul is one of the ...
There are many things in life that you forget just how much you hate them, until they are happening again. Writing reports, going to the dentist and cleaning the oven are just a few of them. Long-haul flights are another. There is nothing enjoyable about being squished into tiny seats, unable to move your elbows, next to strangers who will most likely fall asleep (and drool!) on your shoulder. Our first flight was pretty good. Thai airways gave us a fair bit of space, ...
... The ride to Giverny ended up being a mini van with 4 other people. I tried to sleep in the back but a Canadian lady talked as if she was hearing her voice for the first time. Irritating. I pretended to sleep to avoid making conversation with her a know it all. The diver is from Spain. A young man who lost his job 4 months ago. He tells us the unemployment rate in his home country is near 30% and that he believes the euro ...
... a large screen of modern dance performances being broadcast (the source of the music I had followed). People were everywhere watching this, they were also sitting in what looked like a GIANT sandbox or makeshift beach, how cool! There was a water misting machine people were walking through to keep cool, and street performers. One street performer was a graffiti artist! Apparently this art form is a key part of Parisian culture these days! After I spent ...