Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... which was a
nice change from the ones we had stayed in during our time in London. We went
straight to bed once we got to our room as it was 1:30am by the time we arrived
and breakfast was due to be at 7:30 and then one day to pack as much of Paris
in as possible. Very tired!
Fact of the Day: Napoleon the 2nd was in charge
for around 17 minutes before his wife convinced him ruling France was a bad
idea and he stepped down.
... in Montparnasse, where many of the great music-hall theatres, in particular the famous "Bobino", were once open for business. We traveled via the metro from Trocadero to the Edgar Quinet station, which lies in the shadow of the infamous Tour Montparnasse, an ugly 59-story-tower that assaults you as you climb the stairs from the underground metro to reach street level. Dating back to the 1970's, it was ridiculed as an ...
... museum at all times, which they rightfully should. Below I will display the pictures, though not in order, because honestly I don't remember. They really were amazing and you'll see why in the final picture. After we left the airport we wandered Prague one last time. We had some street food (kielbasa, fried bread and this crazy spiral potato on a stick), some Pivo (Beer), and did a little ...
... universal about making a skulling motion and pointing to a beer tap, so we successfully procured three pints. One thing we'd already noticed was that Paris was a heap more expensive than Frankfurt, but that's ok because while Frankfurt gave itself a nickname after a world city (Mainhattan, really?), Paris actually IS one! And we're in Paris! The pub also had a good wifi connection in it, and as we'd confirmed our train trip to Barcelona earlier in the day, we found and booked ...
... pieces took my breath away. I found myself brushing away tears as I stood below the Winged Victory, in awe of her glory and beauty. The Venus de Milo captivated Emma in particular and we stood speechless in front of the massive and intricate portrait of the Coronation of Napoleon.
But perhaps the biggest impression was made by the Lady herself. The Mona Lisa is the Louvre's biggest draw, yet she is rather small, slightly drab ...