hotelF1 Cergy St Christophe

1 Avenue Du Promenoir - B.P. 8289, Cergy-Pontoise, Île-de-France, 95807, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Avenue Du Promenoir - B.P. 8289, Cergy-Pontoise, is near Maréchal Ney.
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Travel Blogs from Cergy-Pontoise

ANZAC

A travel blog entry by clairwyn on Jul 21, 2014

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... that says "we love Australia" in their playground. Australia helped to defend and rebuild Villers in WW1. A couple of minutes drive from the school is a huge ANZAC war memorial. It is commonly shown on the TV with huge crowds on ANZAC Day. It was incredible. Finished the day at our apartment at Cergy-Pontoise drinking beer and having dinner at the ...

Bastille

A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jul 03, 2014

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... the Ile St Louis via the Pont de Sully and walked up the central road of the Island before crossing to the Ile de la Cite. We continued across the Pont de l'Archeveche to the Latin Quarter where we chose a cheap restaurant for dinner. (Not a good choice - food was terrible) And last of all, we caught a No 38 bus to Gare de l'Est and arrived home, once again, ...

The Eiffel Tower

A travel blog entry by ktowndoyles on Jun 05, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... shops on both sides. Our original picnic plan was ditched when we found a cute little creperie run by an elderly couple. We all enjoyed a crepe lunch. Allison and I chose savory, while the kids downed crepes with whip cream, strawberries, bananas and Nutella. Awesome. On the way home we popped into the Musee de l'Orangerie to take in some impressionist works by Renoir, Cezzane, and especially Monet. His two ...

Paris: the last day

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 07, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... a different sense of church in Paris. When I went into this vast, single space, there were only two or three others there. It was blissful. I just sat and tried to remove the world weariness from myself while I sat and rested. I had felt drawn to this place several times and during the night I had had an unusual dream that made me feel that this visit would be significant. So much so that I bought a large white and pink rose that I intended to leave in the ...

IT'S A GRAND DAY....

A travel blog entry by levy2013 on Sep 20, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... It is the oldest house in Montmarte and they have restored it back to its original state including the gardens. It also houses the largest collection of lithographs and has a documented history of all the artists that lived in the area in the 1850's - early1900's. As the area is home to the Moulin Rouge, the artists who documented the times are very well know - eg Toulouse-Lautrec and Renoir. The house is really quaint, it was a ...