Royal Hotel Paris Champs Elysees
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... 8230;…….no old Paris to be seen here….ikea & other similar buildings lined the way..
We eagerly awaited the first signs of the Paris that we came for.
As we neared the city, Old bridges & railway lines & ancient buildings started to appear….not pretty but definitely interesting……and then it started my first sighting of the classic Parisian architecture with the narrow windows & ...
Our hotel in Tain L'Hermitage was ideally situated beside the bridge crossing the Rhone river. From the 2 balconies in our first floor room we had a magnificent view of the town of Tournon on the other side of the river. It is set at the base of a steep hill that has a number of vineyards, some forest and a few medieval towers and chateaus. We were in the heart of the Cote du Rhone wine area and, on arrival we wasted no time in heading ...
... street culture and art. Evan got hoodwinked into a gambling game, won, yet somehow managed to lose 50 euros. We still don't know how it happened. We found the lovers bridge over the Seine and bought the padlock and keys at a nearby outdoor shop. Only issue is that we forgot to throw one of the keys into the Seine…I wonder if that makes a difference? Maybe I'll throw it into the Rhine instead? I digress. We then walked over to Pont Neuf where our river ...
... white plastic and steel access stairs. The interior of the dome is blocked off with a giant black and white photographic print of people’s faces in various expressions. This is mirrored on the floor by a similar expanse of faces on vinyl to protect the marble floor. The contrast between these modern, somewhat whimsical prints and the large heroic 19th century paintings on the walls, is stark.
After this historic grandeur, we strolled in the sun ...
... bridges. They then throw the key into the Seine River as a symbol of their undying love. In 2010 all the locks were cut off by the Paris government, but the locks keep coming back. It probably doesn't help that every street vendor nearby is selling locks and markers. While I was taking photos of the locks Nick got suckered in to talking to a street performer. When I turned around the street performer was making Nick a wish bracelet for him, ...