EGG Hotel Gonesse

Address: RN 17 La Patte d'Oie, Gonesse, Île-de-France, 95500, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on RN 17 La Patte d'Oie, Gonesse, is near Air and Space Museum (Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace), Agnes B, and Michel Coudert.
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      A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 22, 2014


      ... 20m long barrels, that could deliver 1 tonne shells into Kent, 40 km away. With the cloud cover, fog and sea mist our visibility was approx 5 km - therefore no White Cliffs of Dover, though Kelly played the song. We meandered along the coast south for another 20 km through farmland before a stop then towards Abbeville, deciding to stay off the main highway in parts to see the smaller villages. ...

      Church Day

      A travel blog entry by breezyweezy on Jul 12, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... that showed the history of Paris from the Roman times with some ruins. It was under the square that in front of Notre Dame. I didn't realize Paris was so old. Next, we crossed the river to the Latin district in search of food and ended up in a little cafe called, cafe des arts. Decent prices, free toilet and wifi. I have beef bourginion and onion soup. Taylor had a spinach/cheese tart and pepper steak. We decided my food was the best. After doing some more ...

      De Louvre

      A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 23, 2014

      12 photos

      ... 15000 per day) it's impossible to see it all in one day. Quite frankly even if you wanted to spend all day, no normal persons legs could stand up to it. The Louve was originally built as a fortress in the 12th Century by my old mate Phillip II. It has seen many extensions and many changes over the years. By 1692 it really started as a collection point for many sculptures. During the French Revolution it was first decreed as a ...

      Travelling from Amsterdam to Berlin

      A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 07, 2014

      10 photos

      ... pedestrians, bikes do not. Crossing roads is a near death experience. You have to watch for bikes, trams, cars, and you have to know which way to look, which we do not. It is mayhem, but ordered by some tradition we cannot understand. We haven't seen any fatalities as yet. We walked to the Van Gogh museum. A breath of fresh air after the Louvre. Helped by an app we downloaded, and our devices, we were all, teens included, able ...

      Travelling from Paris to Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Packed up apartment, then we decided that instead of a trek into trafalgar Square, with crowds and no toilets and probably a very late night, we would have dinner in a local pub. The Bull's Head is on the thames, and is where Cromwell spent some time. (Note to self, must brush up on European History). After dinner we strolled back along the Thames, and passed some friendly party goers in fancy dress, partying on the boats. All along the thames people were letting ...