So, Ben and I had this crazy idea to take a somewhat impromptu trip to Paris right before Easter, right before Market, and while I was midway through my latest manuscript deadline. Honestly, it was the greatest thing ever and I really want to runaway again.
When flying international, you fly through the night and land in Paris in the morning. But you can't check into your room until usually 3 in the afternoon. Luckily the hotels are used to this and will store your luggage until your room is ready, but when you've been up for almost two days (if you couldn't sleep on the plane due to really bad turbulence like we had) it's a bit tough trying to muster up the energy to fill your time until you can get a shower and a nap and feel human again. But this is Paris, so it wasn't that hard to kill time.
Now, I know some of you may be thinking if it's damaging the bridges, then why do it? Well, when in Rome, or Paris... But this is how several bridges look around the city. There's only about 30+ bridges in the city, but not all can be lock bridges.