Hotel F1 Roissy CDG PN 2
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Dépanne pour pas chère!
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... avenues. Fabulous huge statues on plinths, some from hundreds of years ago, all brought to the gardens in the 1800s. Took the bus again part way up the Champs-Elysée, then got out to walk and do some shopping. Took the train to near the camp, at Maisons-Laffitte and had dinner in a local restaurant. I am sure it was much cheaper than central Paris but still not ...
... Parisian parks is the generous provision of remarkably comfortable steel chairs. There are always plenty of them available, even on the busiest of days. Brian took the opportunity while there to explore the various features of his camera, and to try and be a bit creative with some of the shots. One gets the feeling that hundreds of people every day are taking the same set-piece photos from exactly the same locations, so the challenge is to try and create something ...
... in town. The police were organising all the other boats arriving and we were pleased to have secured our place early. We had our evening meal and watched the big restaurant boats doing lots of lucrative business. Isi had enquired about it as a special treat for Hattie’s birthday but the one she asked about was €200 per person where they said they moored up to watch (and they did but not near us!). Others were just trip boats which did ...
Being in the centre of Paris we are close to the historic Marais district that housed most of the Jewish population of Paris for centuries. Though the Jewish population was almost totally depleted after WWII, repopulation started in the 1960s as the former French colonies in North Africa gained their independence and Jews and Moslems from these places moved to Paris.
We spent most of today walking around ...
Staying at an apartment through Airbnb, rather than at a hostel room with a lady coughing all night, was one of the best decisions I've made. Hostels are great for meeting people and for getting advice on things to see, but neither of the two really applied to me quite yet. I was fine traveling alone and seeing exactly what I wanted to see. It was not until I would get to Barcelona that I would appreciate having someone to enjoy the days with.
I woke ...