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- Not a strange story but more the way how it happened was.
- Just sitting yesterday one o clock figuring out what we could do the
question how far is Paris came up. About 300 Miles. What is the
- speed limit? 80 Mph. Not that far....Why not? And so we grabbed
our passports and went for Paris.
- The Toll road was quiet and by staying on the left lane with a steady
100 Mph we arrived quicker than expected but also in an unbelievable traffic
- Paris is indeed very busy. Almost impossible to find a car without
dents. The climax of it all is the Arc' de Triomphe where you actually need
a set of extra eyes in the back of your head. Just push your way trough
seems to be the way. We did fine since driving in the Netherlands has become
more aggressive but it still took almost 2 hours to park the car in
- After a quick bite I noticed the Renault building with it's special
history about Formula 1. I'm not really into Formula 1 but always nice to
see especially when
- it is a special event.
- Walking trough Paris you understand why all cars have dents. See the
pictures below!! A Smart is a tiny car but how on earth can you get a car
parked like that?
Anyway after dinner on the Champs- Elysees, seeing the Eifel Tower, Arc de
Triomphe, and other highlights we arrived back home 13 hours later (and 600