I either have allergies or am coming down with the summer cold. This happened to me during Snowdrop Mania in February and I was not amused, but for the most part I soldiered on. I'm going to do the best I can tomorrow to get to Giverny . I have some ibuprofen and what I believe to be an antihistamine, so down the hatch they go.
My goal this trip is to see four things I've never seen before (not in a particular order):
Vaux le Vicomte
La Grande Arche
The new park for Clichy and Batignolles
and if I'm lucky on my way home from Vaux on Saturday - I'll hit the small park near the Palais de Decouverte.
I try and plan and make sure I do things in the most efficient routing possible. I hate retracing my steps, so I make mental maps and then validate them on paper or on-line maps. I still get lost and sometimes things don't work out - delays happen, new and interesting things are discovered or you fall ill and decide that a day in bed is better than four hours on a bus.
I've got a few good decades left in me - most of these places have been around for a long time and are likely to be there next year and the year after.
Are you happy doing the same thing trip after trip or are you always looking for new things to do when you travel?