hotelF1 Cergy St Christophe

Address: 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

Paris day 3

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Oct 09, 2014

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... Greece, Rome, including Venus de Milo and Egypt including numerous sphinxes. Then we tried to get out of that wing to get lunch and found half the exit doors shut - some sort of security scare, we assume - so it look a long time to get to lunch in a much-too-small cafe area. After lunch looked at a great new display of Islamic art, sited under a purpose-built free-form roof. Great display, not crowded, and good info ...

Day 7 - Unplanned surprises.

A travel blog entry by spydah on Sep 07, 2014

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... the Sixth Army." The reenactment was interesting, with half a dozen of what appeared to be the original 1914 taxis, along with a contingent of other antique trucks and motorbikes heading the procession over the beautiful Alexandre III bridge and into the city. After that excitement and our usual French breakfast, we headed off on the Metro/ RNR to La Defense. The plan was to head out to Empress Josephine's former residence, Malmaison, which is somewhat off the ...


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 Day – What a night to remember!!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 14, 2014

2 comments, 48 photos

... poor crowd control in her hall which made things very difficult. They should have had a corral system (like they did outside) so you could walk by in front of it and take your photos, but instead people were pushing and the people at the front were getting squashed. Dawn said she will write a letter pointing out their failings and how seeing the crown jewels in London was better, they could learn a thing or two. It was just a free for all ...

The Troika - Notre Dame, Pompidou and Eifell

A travel blog entry by kerriejohn on Jun 23, 2014

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Today started with a tour of the interior of Notre Dame (unfortunately the tower was closed for renovation). My memories of the beauty of the windows was not disappointed. What I didn't remember (perhaps it wasn't there) was the number of modern additions (glass and steel confessionals, modern crosses etc) that teamed well with the Gothic original.
For a complete change of pace we walked to the Pompidou ...