Hôtel Bradford Elysées - Astotel
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... we'd better keep moving to Paris. Lyon looks far too deep and rich to attempt to see sights in a few hours - we'll be back!
Back on the road I was pondering how I'll adjust back to Sydney life, here speed limits are less critical funding source and more minimum expectation. Though I had noticed a pattern of mostly foreign plates screaming ahead the fastest. In Italy the GPS told me where ...
... up any idea of visiting this time. This was the first sign we had had that we had arrived Easter weekend although Good Friday in France is not a holiday. Feet were getting weary and so were we considering it was now past 8pm and had not slept much since leaving NZ. Made our way back to Hotel Jarry stopping at a creperie where we each got a ham and cheese crepe for dinner to eat on way back to hotel. Back to welcome bed and ...
... place, held in a cordoned-off area to allow the other painting in the room some space - not that anyone is looking at THEM. There are warnings posted regarded "les pick-pockets" in the crowd. Again, I notice(from a distance) the slight air of sadness in Mona Lisa's face, the fact that she doesn't understand what all of these people see in her more than in any other painting. The grand fresco "Marriage at Cana", which covers the wall opposite ...
... plants. There's the walking and realising a smile has crept onto my face on approach to the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame and Pont Alexandre III. There's the heightening of senses in passing each and every patisserie and chocolate shop. There's the excitement in holding the smallest centime. There's the busyness of traffic and the cautiousness of road safety; no lane markings on roads, cars reversing into main thoroughfares, cars going through pedestrian ...
... word we would use, and I guess it is very much the Red Light District of Paris. A big windmill in the middle of Paris, lit up in big red lighting with cancan music blaring from the theatre is a must to experience. Unfortunately to catch a show at the Moulan Rouge it would have cost us my house alone, so passing up on that opportunity, we grabbed a coffee on the go and made our way back to the Hotel.
Our second day in Paris was cut short ...