Radisson Blu Le Dokhan's Hotel, Paris Trocadero
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... French students sitting opposite us on the ferry and they decided to gave a food fight during the crossing. They had absolutely no supervision by teachers and were wrestling and generally making a huge mess. Greg decided to intervene just before we docked and was like a sergeant major, belting out orders to them to clean up their mess, collect the rubbish etc.etc. and the kids were really shocked at being challenged about their behaviour ...
... appreciatively. We did find the gourmet section of Printemps and enjoyed a stroll through the food aisles. We sampled the fois gras and decided that would be our purchase today. We wandered through the wine and liquor area and saw huge magnums of very expensive champagne. Cory found a large bottle Glen Fidditch, a premium scotch, that sold for 16,650 euros. Yes, that's over $20,000 for a bottle of scotch! Cory tried to take a picture of it ...
... it was called). This was a beautiful old rail station which was at one point the largest enclosed building. It was the target of German air strike in WW2, but was restored with the installation of a glass interior to allow for natural light.
In our travels, the boys have been really good to keep with "the pack" and not wander off. In busy areas, like the crowded rail or subway stations we have adopted a ...
Before continuing this blog, I have to return to Barcelona and mention our visit to Montjuic and the Miro Museum which sits high up over Barcelona. The museum itself is a work of art with Miro's fantastic art within its walls. We rode the funicular up the hill and then walked up a tree lined street to the museum. Lunch afterwards at a delightful cafe down the hill.
Now back to Avignon and Paris.
... outside the building before going in to explore. Who'd think you'd be in a hurry to see a 850 year old building (which Paris is happily celebrating this year). It isn't going anywhere!
The stained glass windows were amazing and everywhere. I wish I had time to look at each of them for a long time, but sadly, the crowd helps push you along or completely blocks your view.
We also toured the Treasury, ...