Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... blog, the one you're reading now. Aside from the outrageous cost of 20 euros (about $30) for one drink each, it was most enjoyable. We won't be going back to that place in a hurry!
We've become fascinated by the way that the children of the area play and interact. Certainly, this is a very up-market area which may not be typical of the rest of the country, but there's a small park just nearby which seems to be a social centre for the ...
... just stood there once again like he was holding in a **** for the entire ride up. it took longer to the summit than to the second floor which was surprising and the lifts are a lot smaller. When we step off the lift though we are greeted with a sight that we wont soon forget (I took enough photos to be sure of that). Paris in all it’s glory is right there laid out beneath you in all directions. Everything looks so small and insignificant. The Arc De Triump was the size of a pin, ...
... we returned to Paris, we had time to shop and explore before dinner. After dinner, it was off to the bateaux mouches for a cruise on the Seine as the sun was setting!!! Definitely made you fall in love with Paris. To top it off, we were able to see the Eiffel Tower light up at the end of the trip. We attempted to go up the tour, but the line was too long. Fingers crossed we can do that on Sunday. I would write more but I need to go to sleep. Au ...
... me tea with it! Blaire from Gossip Girl used to get her macaroons from here whenever she was sad or upset. It was a great place. After that, Ana finally called me after getting her new Europe number to work, and we met up and we went to Arc De Triomphe, and it was a beautiful! After that though, we decided to take a boat cruise around Paris. The cruise was an hour, but we saw all these lovely sites, and it was nice to be in the shade for some time, because ...
After lunch, we walked to the the Carnavalet, a museum housed in two adjacent mansions that is devoted to the history of Paris and its inhabitants. Although portions of the museum are currently under renovation, we were able to spend about an hour looking at paintings, period furnishings, and even some relics dating back to Gallo-Roman times.
Then a stroll along rue ...