Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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When Douglas wandered away and I tried to buy a piece of pizza on my own using my not-so-hot French language, I somehow inadvertently ended up buying about 40 pounds of food for €10!...6 huge slices of pizza, a couple of kilos of cooked pork tenderloin in grainy mustard sauce on white rice and two ...
... uncivilized county, I probably wouldn't have my camera right now, or fingers.. or a head. She made me delete the picture. Little did she know I took two.
Dinner time. As recommended to us by Jo's friend (who we randomly crossed paths with at the train station upon arrival), we went to Le Refuge des Fondus. This place was a gem. Seating no more than 40 people, efficiency was at it's best. Wine was served through glass "baby" bottles and ...
... morning until late in the evening.
We are staying in some lovely apartments run by Paris Perfect (owned by our friends Madelyn and Philippe Willems), which are a fantastic way to stay in the city like a local resident — shopping at the small neighborhood stores each day, sitting on your patio with a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower, having breakfast in the morning, or a glass of wine in the evening. From here, our first day takes us to the Louvre, ...
I can't believe it, or accept it really but the last leg of this once in a lifetime trip is upon us. Today we left for Paris, it was sad to say goodbye to Munich. There was so much more to see but as these things go it's impossible to do everything. Our groggy selves boarded the train at 6:15 am. Glad we got there on time as our hotel used this particular morning to train a new guy on checking people out. The first class seat on this train was the nicest yet. Miles of ...
... say it again, I’m not much of an artsy person. That being said, guess how long I stayed (interested) at this museum? FOUR WHOLE HOURS! …. Um, am I an adult?? Probably not, since actually a lot of the time consisted of some mocking and imitation of century-old statues and paintings…oh well.
Afterwards, we leisurely walked along the Seine River, crossed the famous Lock Bridge, and ate cheap sandwiches looking back ...