For dinner, on the friday in Paris, I had booked a table for dinner at Mayfair Garden at Champs Elysées that is an indian restaurant. According to Tripadvisor Mayfair Garden is the 48th best restaurant and the 2nd best indian restaurant in Paris, so I thought we would have a nice time here. We went there after seeing Arc de Triomphe d’Étoile, as Mayfair Garden is to be found at 26 rue Lauriston in Champs Elysées. Continue reading “Mayfair Garden Indian Restaurant – Champs Elysées, Paris”
A live orchestra performance with the BGM collection from ARR-Shankar combo films. Enjoy! 😉
After enjoying some time in Jardins du Trocadéro, we went for a walk down the streets to Arc de Triopmhe d’Étoile.
Arc de Triomphe d’Étoile is one of the most famous monuments of Paris, standing with its 50 m height in the middle of Place Charles de Gaulle, which was formerly named as Place d’Étoile (étoile – star), as it is a juncture formed of the 12 radiating avenues. Arc de Triomphe is the central element of the Historical Axis of Paris, and honours those who fought and died for France during the Napoleonic Wars, and it has the names of all the French victories and generals inscripted on both its inner and outer surfaces. Continue reading “Arc de Triomphe d’Étoile – Paris”
Right after our visit at Shangri-La Hotel, we went to Jardins du Trocadéro that is only few minutes of walk away from the hotel. Jardins du Trocadéro is an open space located at the 16th arrondissement in Paris, and has the Palais de Chaillot behind, and the river Seine, and the Eiffel Tower on the opposite site. Continue reading “Jardins du Trocadéro – Paris”
Back with some music session after ages, this time I’m gonna start my weekend with Shankar Mahadevan – one of my favourite singers. What talent!