Ibis Paris Issy Les Moulineaux Val de Seine
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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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 ...
... narrow and everytime someone stopped in front of me they made sure they were furthest from the edge, so I had to sidle past next to the railing, telling myself to stop being stupid, no-one accidentally falls iff the Eiffel Tower! Eventually my brain accepted the fact that my body was not in mortal danger and managed to wander around without clinging to every available solid railing Children are so annoying, some were running around with no idea ...
... outdoor they had park benches scattered about each with 2 cushions on them (they would last 5 min at home before being stolen) see photo of Molly. We were then picked up and transferred to our hotel in Paris. Wow wow wow at Paris it is beautiful. We are all a bit tired again so we walked down to much smaller supermarket by our hotel and grabbed supplies. It was an amusing exercise trying to figure out ...
... energy after hours of walking, and I decided that I needed to see the Eiffel Tower.
While walking along the Seine, I passed by "The Citadines", an apartment style hotel that I remember fondly for housing me during my first two weeks in Paris as a student. My study abroad group took a class on French History and when we were scribbling down notes and studying them for our test, we were sipping on the unlimited supply of coffee in the lobby and heading out for our ...
... with Vickey & Jess. It was packed & was surprised how quickly we got inside the Cathedral. Then I decided to go see if I could find the padlock Jeff & I snapped on the "romantic" bridge nearby two years ago, so I bid them "good bye".
Was amazed how packed the bridge is now of locks, knew our padlock was nowhere to be found! Then decided to go across the street to the famous old ...