Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Napoleon used the space to hold selves and these destroyed the bottom of the windows. There are 1113 different scenes depicted in the stain glass windows. The Rose window is newer than the rest of the windows. Construction of the window was begun at the beginning of the 15th century in the Flamboyant style (flames).
Louis the IX, St. Louis who was ordained at the age of 12 due to the death of his father, built Sainte-Chapelle to house the relics ...
... tennis for awhile we went for a walk and had dinner in one of the multitude of restaurants around our area. On our way back to the hotel we watched about 12 young street musicians (all with brass instruments including 2 tubas) playing various pieces of music. Great end to a long and exhausting day. Tomorrow we explore Paris and hopefully have lunch at the L'Auberge St Roch, a little restaurant, just near us, that we have been to ...
... other baked goods and desserts. I tried to order in French (I don't know French) but just reverted to English when she picked up a bread roll with raisins instead of the croissant (I think she knew what I wanted but just wanted to mess around with me). Mandy showed me around the area and gave me some good Paris tips before having to catch a plane to Italy. I wandered around the Gardens a while and saw Saint Sulpice before heading back to the apartment to see how Rob was ...
... do that after handing me the heavy bag. Fortunately a taxi arrived pretty much straight away so we helped her into the back, asked if she’d be ok and wished her a good day. She thanked us “mille fois” and was gone. Adam and I couldn’t quite believe what had just happened!
After a banana Nutella crepe each we headed back down the hill. We spent a little time in the Rodin Museum, although there wasn’t much to see as the garden was closing as ...
We left very early this morning for the drive to Paris. The weather wasn't very kind with lost of rain and fog, so we didn't really get to see very much along the way. We arrived in Paris around 4pm. Tonight we had dinner organised at Le Petit Zinc and had the best creme brûlée I've ever had. ...