Hotel Regent'S Garden
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Paris is vibrant, culturally rich, architecturally engaging (but repetitive) city. We start by endeavouring to cover a good number of icons. Eiffel Tower looked bigger in person to me and very busy, even with skip the line passes. From the inside it seemed lightly built but still has dramatic views. One or two (thousand) trinket pedlars at every turn. Our guide told us a little known story. Gustav Eiffel managed the construction of the tower from a small office located on the ...
... along at 158km/h in a 130 zone as this weird little orange box flashed me - not so libertarian after all. Imagine how many of these flashes I haven't noticed this week?
We arrive in Paris just as the city is building toward peak hour. Struggling for orientation, the moment was almost over when we realised we were about to drive across Place de la Concorde and up past Maxim's. We've walked ...
... the cemetery, only to realize that the drop on the other side is a bit bigger than they are willing to risk.
We stop at SurgelÚs Picard, purveyor of frozen foods and meals, not unlike an M&M meats shop. We pick up a couple of meals for dinner, duck confit for Mario and a gratinÚ of saumon sur Úpinards for myself, and call it a night. Overwhelmed by a really big museum day, I think we are both happy to have a relaxing evening in.
... images of the homeless and Bridget's sadness in seeing the cats and dogs that sit alongside. I tell Bridget the animals are well loved. I'm amazed they stay and not run off. I'm not sure if seeing cats dressed in Santa suits is sad or cute. I won't miss the smell of the metro that lingers far too long. Paris is a grand lady, she is well-groomed, resplendent in her finery and welcoming but a little dour at times. I can't help but love her and yes, I have fallen in love with ...
... and she added on this tour a couple of days after. Then she will go home.
After a full day I jumped into bed and had the best night sleep I have had since I got to Paris, maybe because there was no one singing outside my window until 2am :)
Tomorrow we are going to St. Chappelle, Notre Dame and a walk around Le Marais. Hopefully the rain will stay away and the sun will come out.