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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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... who has a house in Paris. After this museum we were set free to do whatever we wanted. A few of us decided that we wanted to go see the famous graveyard (Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise) and headed off towards it on the metro. When we got there we were slightly overwhelmed haha. There were so many different graves we couldn't find any of the ones we wanted to see. After searching for quite some time we finally found Jim Morrison's grave. We were surprised because his grave was ...
... dome with circular balconies overlooking the 7 floors into the centre. Fay loved looking at the beautiful clothes especially the size 6 outfits for €2500+ , though couldn't find the le Milliere label with size 18's?!? Some shopping for us both for some memories of Paris. A walk up the stairs to the top for Fay to see the magnificent view and take some more photos for tourists with Eiffel Tower in background, while Kelly bought special things for ...
... crowded. The pathways are built for a strolling couple, not thousands of tourists!!). I would hate to see what it’s like in the summer months! But the busloads of Japanese and British tourists didn’t detract from the beauty of the gardens, and I must have taken 200 photos. The gift shop was a bit different than the usual ones we’ve seen – in addition to the usual junk, they had two original Monets on sale (for a mere $1.4 million Euro).
... that we could complain with the fantastic run we had had. Made it to the Summit, absorbed it all and came on down, and yes, that meant the 669 stairs again. My calves may possibly hate me tomorrow.
Now the reward, a progressive long lunch thru St Germain and St Michel. Mains at a lovely cafe, sitting at the front of the cafe on the footpath until it began to pour rain. A strategic retreat indoors was required to continue the meal.
Next stop, gelati further ...
... over the head with a blunt object. And I believed I was the one that would get eaten by the couchette zombie because both Lauren and Danny are much faster than I am. So I clutched my bag and prepared to slap the couchette zombie as I pulled open the sliding doors that stood between me and restless sleep, hoping to make it out of the experience alive. There I met a man who said no words the entire 8 hour train ride, sitting on the bottom slat of one of the two ...