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Wheeling Through From Tuileries Garden To The Trocadero

FROM THE LOUVRE MUSEUM, we walked to the Eiffel Tower... Yes, it was a long walk for us especially so when my son has to wheeled me all the way through the park called Tuileries Garden... This gives him a reason to replenish the food intake almost double as what I normally eat... hahaha...
Yes, my pictures are splashed all over my blog... 
Took a lot of pictures cos most of the time I am in this sitting position...
Cannot do much except to pose V sign, Good sign and this sign...
Have to bear with me... hahahaa...
If not mistaken it was a 4km walk from the museum to the Eiffel Towers....
So on the way, we stopped and posed....
Beautiful feathered creatures relaxing on the waters....
Time for feeding....
And a time to say Good!
Triple Good... 






Halfway through, we sat and also enjoyed the cooling weather and watched people passing by....
 How I wish I could just lie down here and close my eyes.... sleep!
But no, we got to strive on... 
Nearing the main road...
 ...... And after the longest walk we had ever done.... we finally reached....
The Trocadero, situated on the opposite side of the Seine from the Eiffel Tower...
Before crossing over to the Eiffel Towers, we took some pictures here....
This sweet lady joined me out of the blue....
Yes, it is good to be here...
We finally accomplished our 4km walk!


Comments

  1. wah.. you walked 4km from The Louvre to Eiffel Tower!!! ooopss, i mean Aaron and your friend, as for you, being wheeled is more exact, haha.. indeed a very long walk leh.. i remember walking along the Seine from Notre Dame to Louvre and then along Champs Elysees to Arc de Triomphe already dying leh, hahaha!!

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    1. hahahaa... well, want to save taxi fare ma... after that, they can do a double intake! hahahaa..

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  2. the weather is fine to walk there unlike here no way we could walk under the hot sun and with the pollution. Eiffel Tower is a great landmark..did u manage to go up there?

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  3. Well done for completing the 4km walk. What a beautiful garden! Hehehe, the girl must have wanted to share your joy and happiness so she joined you for a photo.

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  4. Pretty French lady. Nice photos. On holiday, I would take lots and lots of photos. Dont worry, I dont think anyone is bored with your photos and poses. Haha

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    1. No choice, cos I didn't take much scenery myself.. it is either my son or my friend who took for me..:)

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  5. Have wheels will travel. Coming to winter, the flowers not so nice anymore.

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  6. Owh, very beautiful scenery.That's a good exercise for Aaron. Your new found friend?...very pretty lady.

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  7. 4km walk? Lucky not hot, if hot very sanfu..

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  8. If me, the 4km, i will walk walk, see see scenery, take take pictures, hehe...

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    1. Yes, otherwise will feel tired if continuous...

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  9. aiks...suddenly got a young lady there....ahem ahem...wondering she posing for aaron ka? kihkihkih.....


    your 2nd pic so cute ler

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    1. hehehe... maybe gua.. how come I never thought of that!!

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  10. That's what I thought, about 4km, Your son really Hercules! I wouldn't even consider walking myself, not to mention walking while pushing a wheelchair! @.@

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  11. Very nice scenery. Some more got leng lui pose with you :)

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    1. Suddenly she came in while posing.. hahaha...

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  12. You have a great son. You two look so happy in all pictures. I can feel your joy in all pictures. You have fun.

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