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TravelPod Member ReviewsParis- Ivry Ivry-sur-Seine
It was quite a good place to stay. Had everything you needed, very clean. Nice staff. Just some things in the apartment were broken, like the shower holder, and the arm of the couch etc.
Still wonderful though, these were really minor things!
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... t see the bells as they are being restored but the view from up there was even better (apparently!)
We then used our pass to go down into the crypt which has been turned into an archaeological museum. They have uncovered some of the Roman foundations and had a very interesting display about the history of Paris from Roman times. We have taken a liking to crypts and were a bit disappointed there were no tombs!
... this with 8 Bordeaux and surrounds and I threw in my 2012 Cab as a comparison. Again vintages ranging from 2012, 2009 and 2006. Nothing really took my fancy, maybe a 2006 Chateau Villars. We then settled in for lunch. Steph came down and Tim had invited Drew (owns a restaurant called Fish) and Ron. First up a dish of house terrine, cornichons and bread as per la Regalade which is where Romain trained although I thought better than last ...
... to have a dog (usually a puppy or two) or young children (sometimes it is even a whole family sitting on the pavement) - the 2 things that pull at my heart strings the most so I'm going to have to toughen up! When we arrived at the hotel we were told there had been a muck up in our booking and they were going to have to put us in another hotel for the first night. Not much we could to do, so they called a taxi for us and we were taken ...
... we sat with hot chocolate and enjoyed our last bit of the day together before I headed off to King’s Cross station and Becca to have dinner with another friend in Covent Garden.
It was a really lovely day, I was so happy to catch up with a good friend and it was just like old times which was great. Becca is heading off traveling to Australia and surrounds so hopefully we have a few more catch ups before then and I can explore Cardiff with her, which is ...
... at directing us as we sped through the streets of Paris, down main streets, avenues and back alleys. We saw some key sights, including the Louvre, Alexandre Bridge, and some other major historical buildings associated with various kings and, of course, Napoleon Bonaparte. We stopped for a delicious lunch in the wonderful Jardins des Tuilleries, where we stayed for about an hour eating in a lovely shady part of the giant garden. The ...