Cosytel Roissy Goussainville

Address: Z.A.E. DE Goussainville 1, rue Jacques Anquetil, Goussainville, Île-de-France, 95190, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Z.A.E. DE Goussainville 1, rue Jacques Anquetil, Goussainville.
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Around in Paris

A travel blog entry by eparker067 on May 09, 2015

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... were the desserts. Bill and I both love photography, and he especially appreciates old cameras and film-making equipment, and we had visited the Lumiére Brothers museum in Lyon on a previous trip. Currently, there is an exhibition here in Paris of their work, and a detailed tribute to their groundbreaking contributions to movie making. Most amazing was how sharp and clear their films ...

Louvre visit

A travel blog entry by teaching4hope on Jan 02, 2015

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... Mona Lisa is housed due to the large crowd. I was surprised that few guards were around. I'm accustomed to the Smithsonian museums having guards at every turn, every room. Tonight, we will do some shopping or looking around our neighborhood once more, stopping for dinner. Tomorrow, we must return to our normal lives so this is the last entry. Travel days are never interesting enough to write about the details. Au Revoir, Paris! Bonne Anne (Happy New ...

Rodin and the Seine at night

A travel blog entry by staza on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... is also famous for the Gates of Hell - large intricate piece that is best viewed with an explanation of all its parts. One neat thing is that he signed all his work. The museum is in the house that he lived and worked in. The Gardens existed at the time too but have been manicured very nicely since. Rodin also had some students one of whom was Camille Claudel. She also became his lover so between them there ...

Day 10: Paris

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 31, 2014

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... we definitely weren't keen to repeat that walking effort today, and decided our best bet was to jump on the big double decker tourist bus again. Yes, I know it is a bit cheesy, but we did find it as a way of getting around, relaxingly, to all the sights we hadn't seen. Especially when the Metro is all in French; we'd be hopeless, and it would be stressful, getting around. So we left the hotel and walked a couple of hundred metres down to the nearest stop for ...

1pm Brunch

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Aug 02, 2014

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... their way and head to Pont de l'Archevêché.
In the junky tourist spot across the road that owner sells both locks, and will rent you him engraving machine to do your own art work. We have a go, the kids are neater than me, then we head over to the bridge to see where we can attach it. On the way across Gab mentions that she's heard they cut thousands of these locks off each month to make room, I think I'd heard the same with a particular ...