Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan
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... castle we saw. Neuschwanstein was great in terms of fantasy and romanticism and location so I don't think one is better than the other but great in different ways.
We began by working through the Palace as we weren't allowed to do the gardens first. We wanted to as we thought it would be cooler in the morning in the gardens but security doesn't allow it. We took the audio head sets which were good but you could get nearly as much from reading the information in each room ...
... like the Villages; so Lar had a huge Pression of Belgium beer which he rated excellent. They did not offer wine but I could have had a cocktail. Our guide, Daniel from our walk says our area us Ed to be poor but is becoming Gentrified. W e did not see evidence of that but lots of immigrants. Actually to put cities in perspective, Toronto is no different and has changed similarly from the city I grew up in. Living in Lansdowne, and actually the bush of ...
... displays in the windows, and got some perfums and so on from Chanel. We also had an early dinner at a cafe near the hotel. For a practically deserted cafe in the middle of nowhere on a Sunday evening, the steak was very good! As I said, nothing special to report - maybe tomorrow will hold more promise with the Christmas markets in Strasbourg? Bon ...
... I walked to the Metro, Saint Michel/Notre Dame stop and took it to Gare de Lyon. I was exhausted by then, since I didn’t sleep on the plane, and was up for 36 hours.
I stopped by the store and bought some cheese, then last croissants at the bakery. I just love French croissants at any time a day, even when not fresh right out of the oven, and so I had them with cheese for my supper at the hotel.
When I returned to my room, the construction workers were long ...
... Arts (Musée des beaux-arts de la ville de Paris). Located near the Champs-Élysées, it faces one side of the Grand Palais, also built for the 1900 exhibition].
As we were getting closer to these buildings there was one hell of a traffic jam, heaps of police with sirens blaring, heaps of black Mercedes Benz’s and heaps of people. Curious as to what was happening I asked a police man what ...