Citea Cergy - Le Hazay

87, avenue du hazay, Cergy, Île-de-France, 95800, France | Hotel
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Must stop napping....

A travel blog entry by ktchris


Hello everyone!

Its day 2 here in Paris and we finally went into town today. The jetlag hasnt really gone away and me and Chris can't seem to stay awake. We got up at 2pm today and decided it was time to be a tad bit more productive. We had a late breakfast of, what else, croissants, while we made our way to Paris via train. Although we …

Yoyo's T & T

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... with a window decoration that in Sydney would have the Eiffel Tower in the centre decal to bring exotic and exciting places to mind. But in France....

I am reminded of a story, no doubt apochryphal, about a religious pilgrim who passed through Chartres in the 12th century when the cathedral was being built. The pilgrim asked a man what he was doing, and the man replied that he was a stone mason and that he was cutting stone for the walls. The pilgrim ...

Au revoir, Paris!

A travel blog entry by stl312


... days; days may vary. Even if it is not August or a Monday. Closed for now: Picasso Museum, Parts of Natural History Museum, the butcher on Monday, the baker on Wednesday, a favorite bistro on Tuesday. No apparent rhyme or reason.

Bistros, cafes, and Paris radio stations play American pop music(Johnny Cash, Beatles) interspersed with French.

People are helpful, kind, and cognizant ...

Day Four: Free day in Paris. Parlez-vous anglais?

A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson


... we found an information booth with an English speaking person and they pointed us in the direction of the train that would get us to the Louvre.

After about 10 stops we reached the conveniently named Louvre station. Dee, our tour guide, had given us a tip that we could avoid the largest line if we enter the museum through the Metro and it seemed to have worked. We picked up our tickets to enter ...


A travel blog entry by paulgjones


... Wow what a place, there must have been 200,000 plus people in and around the area, we decided to pay extra and jump the queues, we had a young American girl as our tour guide, her knowledge of the Vatican and Roman history was unbelievable. After an hour or so we finally get into the nitty gritty of the place and are completely blown away with what we see, statues centuries ...


This hotel, located on 87, avenue du hazay, Cergy, is near Maréchal Ney.
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