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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... cool.. They have a very interesting history as a stone quarry and then the solution to septic diseased water due to overfilling of cemeteries in Paris. In the 1800’s more than 6 million skeletal remains were brought here for safe keeping after in late 1700’s there was a large renovation of the quarries to keep them from sinking and devouring city streets and Parisian inhabitants. Its amazing to see and to ...
... time in the taxi we have had hours to kill and its not that big an airport! I have been having fun chatting to Chloe on Viber in Singapore, but then she had to board her last flight home.
Arriving in Paris Orly, to the south, with Easyjet meant we then had to get ourselves right across town to CDG airport. Took the airport shuttle, then the train all the way to CDG, easy peasy!
Next the airport shuttle to the hotel. First bus went past us, half an ...
... only metres from the busy champs élysées. It is another great photo by David, who occasionally gets a good shot. We write the blog together.
Lots of walking again today!! Another highlight my favourite bridge - Alexander lll, with its golden statues and views of the eiffel tour and of the golden dome of the chapel where Napoleon l is buried ( see previous ).
I don't know how French women manage the dust and cobblestones in their elegant ...
... abound) make this a truly beautiful city. Its palette is subdued, earthy and homogenous, spiced up by splashes of red, blue and black on café awnings, taxis and boats. The success of the urban planning in creating such a pleasing aesthetic can be best exemplified in the way that McDonalds blends into the streetscape, its Golden Arches reduced to lower wall space and no more than 1m high. Bravo!
After our R&R break we ...