Hotel des Jeunes (MIJE) - Fauconnier
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel des Jeunes (MIJE) - Fauconnier Paris
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... thing I had my heart checked out recently because it is a long climb but it is worth it .... The View is SPECTACULAR .... I did feel a bit of vertigo while taking the elevator to the top, but only briefly. The girls bought some trinkets, of course, and as it was getting quite late, as well as cold and windy, we decided to go. We raced down the stairs just in time to take in the light show that they have for five minutes at the beginning of every hour after dark. it was midnight ...
... popped back on the underground to Sacre Coer, where we saw such an incredible view of Paris. there was also a market at the top of the hill, selling local produce, and mum and I couldn't resist the organic nutella.... Dinner then bed!
Monday was probably my favourite day, BECAUSE WE WENT TO THE CASTLE WHERE THEY FILMED MERLIN!!! We took the train, then a taxi as ...
... Luxembourg Gardens, the Royal Palace and the Lourve, the bridge of Saint Alexander, Place de la Concorde and, of course, the Eiffel Tower. All of these sights were incredible to see. Royal Palace and the plaza that surrounds it is spectacular, and offers a nice leisurely stroll through one of the most beautiful parks in Europe. The Eiffel Tower is huge, bigger than I ever expected and at night it is one of the coolest things I have ever seen. For dinner we went to a Brasserie, a ...
... the parade trail, near the entry way to a cafe. Everything was going well until suddenly hundreds of people had the same idea as I did and started to push and shove in order to make their way onto the sidewalk. After various failed attempts to get out of the crowd, that was completely cutting all entry of air into the area, I decided to do the next best thing and crowd surf my way out. *Thank you all those rowdy teenagers at shows for teaching me how to get out of ...
angry order "End cubicle and get out!’ which I am happy to follow. I am
grateful at this stage that the boys bathroom is at the complete opposite end
of that floor. I await his return and the subsequent walk of shame before
greeting him with cackling laughter and of course sleeping in my own bed that
After the show my tummy was feeling quite
sore after that Starbucks ...