We walk west from the old quarter to the are of the bridge. It us the most fascinating walk and the dong xian markets on the north side where the fresh produce is a MUST SEE!
We have seen the pictures of the original bridge and were keen to see more of Eiffel's engineering. It is hard to work out where to see the bridge on foot as the railway blocks if out and the major roads have bug protective walls. The signs do not allow pedestrians to walk up the bike on ramps and the police are not tolerant of breaches. We are so glad to hear that the French will renovate the bridge.
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