Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go through a body scan like she did in Edmonton!
Madrid: 15 minutes after checking in, we were sitting down to tapas and red wine. The streets were alive with throngs of people (at 10:30 on a Saturday night). It looked like West Edmonton on Christmas Eve! Of the thousands of people who walk by our table, we saw a gaggle of ladies with Playboy bunny ears, another group dressed as 1920’s Flappers, and a pack of about ...
... so out came the purse and the rest is history.
Back to the hotel for a rest, dump the shopping and have a few charges before dinner.
We headed out at 7:30, suitably primed for a good dinner experience. Le Souffle is only a 10min walk from our hotel but in a direction we hadn't explored much in the past. Eureka!! We discovered another street of clothes/dress shops along the way. Which made for a slow walk as Sue was eyeballing all the shop windows ...
... wanted to bring one home! From there, we jumped on the metro and headed to dinner at Flam's, which is kind of like Alsatian pizza. We had the opportunity to break off from the large group after this, and go back to the Arc de Triomphe to get a great view of the city. The large group chose to go up the Eiffel Tower, which is a great view also, but the view from the Arc includes the Eiffel Tower, so it is truly the best view of Paris (except for the view ...
... observations on each.
Lets start with the Metro...
Each day, I continue to be amazed and entertained with the Metro. On previous holidays I have used the metro in London (the tube) , New York (the subway), Singapore (MRT) - and in my youth I rode the suburban trains of Mumbai. But its the first time in recent years that I've been using an underground metro on a regular basis. Its quite a change from my routine in San Jose.
... worried about noise complaints from the neighbors. We're going to keep Ellie without shoes while in the house as that keeps her gait a little quieter. As you'd imagine, since this is a new place, they're quite excited and are running around more and stamping their feet just to test out the acoustics. So we've established some rules and protocols. Shoes Always Off in the house for ellie since she's softer that way. And shoes Always On for Emmanuel ...