Radisson Blu Le Metropolitan
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... I am afraid to admit in the presence of French people, was not in France, but in Japan. It was at a French chocolaterie in Japan, if that helps. You order based on what cocoa percentage and which region, and then they make it in front of you and warm it in a copper pot over a open flame, and then pour it out and it's just divine. At about $25 a pop, I felt terrible ordering 3 or 4 of them during my last visit. Anyway, I digress ... I will give Laduree their credit on the ...
... After that we went back to our hotel and on the walk there we did a little bit of shopping (we were in Paris after all) where I bought a pair of overalls!!! For our last dinner we ate duck in a French restaurant, more deliciousness. In this restaurant you didn’t even order, they just told you what was being served that evening. On Sunday we got up early to catch our train home.
... the Eiffel Tower but can see the Eiffel. Was overcast, so probably not the best pictures, but was interesting to use our map and look for landmarks and our hotel from our birds eye view.
We picked up some mini quiches at a bakery and had a picnic in Luxembourg Gardens which were created in 1612 by Marie de'Medici. The Palace is now seat of government surrounded by sixty acres of beautiful gardens and statues. Really ...
... for a spot in a café but once your were seated, you could sit there for as long as you so desired. In a similar way, we casually lazed about while we determined what we would do for the rest of the afternoon and it was nice not having to feel rushed.
We decided to visit the Cathedral that belonged to St. Louis. He had his own chapel with such amazing stained glass that I have never seen an equivalent of, nor am I likely to.
Then we walked over to ...
... was also yummy!
We come to the end of another delightful day in Paris. Weather should be good for tomorrow as we head off on more adventures.
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LATE ADDITION: we have since been told that the reason for the new panel on Pont des Arts is because the old panel fell into the river due to the weight of all of those locks. How sound is this bridge??