Campanile Les Ulis

Address: Za De Courtaboeuf / Quartier 5 Avenue Des Andes, Les Ulis, Île-de-France, 91940, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Za De Courtaboeuf / Quartier 5 Avenue Des Andes, Les Ulis.
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      Fly away to Paris

      A travel blog entry by ukcat on Oct 14, 2014

      16 photos

      ... for a very long time, but we just couldn't quite make the time. The barge trip was for 6 nights on a canal barge, starting several miles south of Dijon and ending in Dijon. Mary had been to Paris as a high school chaperone for Jason and a trip with Sandy and her girlfriends. I had been to Paris numerous times on business and had repetitively seen the airport, a hotel, a meeting room and a good dinner. No tourist sights for ...

      Monet's Giverny

      A travel blog entry by gerryu on Sep 26, 2014

      45 photos

      ... transportation sure works in France. We braved the metro and train stations during the morning rush hour and had no problems at all! We just had to time our merging into the masses of moving people as they wound their way from the gates to the escalators through the stations. No dawdling on the left side of the escalator unless you want to learn some colorful French. We made the mistake of boarding a rush hour escalator side by side and heard some new words ...

      18 Hours to Paris

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 17, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... With no car and no accommodation, they had decided to walk into town and book into a hotel, but it was pouring and there was the distinct possibility that the accommodation would be full already. The rain eased off, and so I got back to the bike, stored the cover, re-attached the tank bag, started it up, and headed off towards Paris. Me being me chose to avoid all tollways, which meant that on the one hand I got to ride through some nice little French towns - but on the other hand a ...

      La Tour Eiffel

      A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jun 20, 2014

      3 photos

      ... rush hour traffic was bad in Austin, but the traffic here is WAY worse!! Motorcycles weaving in and out of traffic on either side of you, people honking and getting out of their cars yelling, and no one stays in their lane or uses their blinker or obeys traffic signs for that matter. Everyone here drives like a hormonal teenager" (end rant)

      I was almost in tears multiple times yesterday, so looking back, maybe I was just having a rough day. But ...

      The Metro

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Jun 13, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the color coded map, writing down the line numbers and destinations in the order we need to arrive at a particular destination. I stash the directions in my pocket, and it makes each trip so much easier and less stressful.

      The Metro appears to be a weird kind of underground world. Once you put your ticket into the validation slot and pass through the gate, you can ride any Metro line as long and as far as it goes. Conceivably, one could buy ...