Walking the Streets of Paris

Living The Q Life

At the time that we visited Paris, there was a transit strike occurring, which limited the availability of buses and trains.  So, when we arrived early in the morning on our first day in Paris, we went to our hotel, which was really more of a bed and breakfast, checked our bags and headed out into the city, determined to make the most of our first day.  We were staying on the famous left bank in the Latin Quarter, just a few blocks from Notre Dame.  We had heard before we arrived that the strike was occurring, so we knew that transportation was going to be limited.  Undaunted, we decided that we would simply walk to the places that we wanted to see.

Houses in Neighborhood Houses in Neighborhood

View from the Eiffel Tower View from the Eiffel Tower

Our Room in Paris Our Room in Paris

Our first stop, the Eiffel Tower.  Along the way, we walked along the Seine River…

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2 Responses to Walking the Streets of Paris

  1. Jonno says:

    Been to Paris a few times and it’s a real walking city I think. Lots of different neighbourhoods and areas to explore.

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