Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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... the wrong direction you will get wet in the estuary, in the case of Paris, the Seine!
Main point of interest about last night is that the Bistro was not great BUT I watched a 30 odd year old eat a hamburger faster than I have ever seen before. He took huge bites, having opened his mouth wide, like a young fledgling bird in a nest. Once in, he sort of chewed may be twice and then forced it down his throat ...
... spitting and was just a bit of condensation from the structure. This made us happy and we were friends with the French again. How can any female be mad with someone that makes crepes as good as they do anyways... We were super lucky with our timing and had to wait under an hour to climb to the top. The view is spectacular. You can even have a glass of champagne on the top level if you are willing to sell your right kidney on the black market to pay for it. We decided to skip ...
Marcy & I woke up feeling like we'd been run over by a Mac truck. Neither of us slept well at all. We hit the road in spite of feeling yucky and managed to get ourselves to the proper place to meet our tour guide in the area of Montmartre. The most challenging thing was trying to figure out whether we should walk up the street or go the other way once we were off the subway. All the shops along the way were dealing with ...
... which had been the site of a tightly packed community of houses built early to mid 19C, all pulled down in the 1980’s and landscaped into a lovely park which terraced down the hill, in one area there was even a tiny vineyard. It was very pretty and in summer is packed by the locals having picnics etc, it’s very well used. At the bottom gate is a memorial to the last hold-out of the barriers in the 19th century, last man standing ...