Ibis Paris Issy Les Moulineaux Val de Seine
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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And we're off...like a heard of turtles. We made it to Atlanta without issue (phew), only to find out that we have a cancelled flight to New Jersey. Thanks to the snow goes,we have been re routed to Chicago O'Hare airport. Because we were rebooked onto this flight, some of us have the distinct pleasure of flying in the very last row.
It is now 10:50 pm, paris local Paris time and we are all showered and in our beds. My Fitbit registered 19,000 steps ...
... evening before the veal chops with a delicious sauce of tomato, onion, and capers accompanied by the cider made it all worthwhile. We are watching more and more French TV and picking up more each time, even deal or no deal 'Prendre ou Laisser' is becoming intelligible to us. Right now we are seeing a tour through the SA wine districts including Dudley Wines of Kangaroo ...
Well my cell mate and I survived the night. She passed out as soon as the lights went out. I stayed awake to keep vigil but we made it through the night. I can promise you we both will never do that again! Our second hairdryer broke today so we are sporting the natural look today. For breakfast we were given the typical image dinner. Bread with butter and a slice of mystery meat. Right now we are about two hours away from ...
... we have tasted before enjoying pistachio, coconut with lime infusion, Black Forest, kirsch, and Mona Lisa (tempered chocolate with her eyes and filled with chocolate mousse), after dessert we shared a club sandwich! They even had a large eclair croquembouche which was rather spectacular. While there we saw a motorcade with the German president pass by at great speed, also another VIP in town with USAs John Kerry - ...
... asked about reservations. He said he could fit us in at 7:15, so we walked to a nearby park and enjoyed a view of the Eiffel Tower until then. The bistro was small, holding only 22 seats, and had a two-man open kitchen. It is owned by a former surgeon, who was there and greeted and checked in on everyone. Our amuse bouche was foie gras on pieces of bread, which Evan loved. Then, to start we had Burgundy escargot with asparagus and foie fras terrine with ...