Etap Viry Chatillon A6

Address: 39/45 Avenue du President Kennedy, Viry-Chatillon, Île-de-France, 91178, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 39/45 Avenue du President Kennedy, Viry-Chatillon, is near Etiolles Colonial Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Viry-Chatillon

A day in the country

A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 28, 2014

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... hours, but were eventually back on a bus. Another chilly wait at the station, and then a warm rocking ride back to Paris. It was a wonderful day. We shopped in our neighborhood and dined quite happily in our room on bread and cheese, apple and wine, with a decadently perfect chocolate eclair for dessert. I think we'll be in bed early tonight--tomorrow is our last day to explore Paris. Thursday morning we have to leave quite early for the airport and our flights home. Today was grand! ...


A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 30, 2014

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... below. From there, we just kept walking. Up past the Louvre into the Tuileries (where we finally succumbed and haggled with a guy for a couple of mini Eiffel Towers) and then onto the Champs-Élysées. All the way up to the Arc de Triomphe with a pitstop for ice cream. I can now faithfully report that ice cream on the Champs-Élysées was the most expensive of the trip: €10 for two scoops. And Bronte didn't even like hers! Sapna and Jim ...

Day 9, (Euro)Disneyland, France

A travel blog entry by elouise-adrian on Aug 20, 2014

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Disneyland, They say it's the happiest place on earth! If there ever was a day so full of adventures then today would be it! As usual we began our day with the ever famous pain au chocolat and bagful of Camembert and prosciutto baguettes ready for our big day out. We jumped on the train at our nearest metro and journeyed for a while before changing trains multiple times and finally getting ourselves on an outer city "RER" train. We were blessed to find ...

Gaining perspective

A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jul 13, 2014

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So far on this journey I've learned that it's alright not to be happy 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Sometimes you need those moments of sadness and breakdown in order to let go of or realize whatever is hurting you. I've also realized that we are in charge of our own destiny and have the ability to let bliss be our guide at any given moment. We do not have to keep choosing pain. And we do not have to keep making the same mistakes over and over again. Also, we do not have ...

Paris seems softer and more muted than Spain

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 17, 2014

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... sounds confrontational like they are having a "domestic"
The weather is milder and even the light seems softer and gentler, making the streets and houses and parks look as if they were painted in watercolours instead of Spain's palette of golds, and ochres, and terracottas, and reds.
On my first morning in Paris I felt tired and decided to try out the metro by going a couple of stops along to Basilica St. Denis (The ...