Comfort Hotel Acadie Les Ulis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not as clear and easy to follow as the London tube was. Our first stop was the Arc de Triomphe. Wow, what an impressive site. Massive. We took the spiral staircase to the viewing level at the top. Well worth the effort needed to get there. Fantasy 360 degree view overlooking Paris. From here we hopped onto the Big Bus Tour which would take us around to the main sights of interest to ...
Well as you can tell I did survive the hop on and hop off bus tour today. It wasn't easy and I do have to admit that I only lasted 3 stops and then hopped off never to return. Today was an exceptionally hot day with high humidity. The bus was hot and traffic was so bad I could have walked faster. So I have crossed off another item from my will never do things list. Today was actually a rather slow day for us we are ...
... It's was about 20 minutes to get our tickets and then your hop straight onto an elevator that goes like diagonally up one of the legs of the tower and takes you to the first floor. We decided to head straight to the top and work our way down. So we then hopped on another line to get up to the next level which was probably the longest line and when I was feeling the worst. Once we finally got to the top we just took 10 minutes to let me rest and they just checked out the ...
... known people. Louis Braille and Voltaire were 2 names I recognised. Every tomb had a display about who was in there, but I couldn't find anything about them in English. The pamphlet is made by the same people who made the Arc de Triomphe one. Enough said. Well I am sorry, this has gone on rather long. I packed a lot into the day and very happy with it (despite hiccups). What a wonderful (and sometimes scary) place Paris has been. I will come back....there is so much more to see and ...
... a lunch special of moules frites. Guess what Alan had? It was a huge potful of delicious mussels and lots of frites. I had a potatoe covered in emmenthal and other cheeses with a salad and some sausage. It called for beer this time. Yummy.
Tummies full, we set off to discover Bergerac. The old town is said to be interesting. Yes, it is. From the pics you ...