Training Hotel Marjorie
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Évry
We just returned from a quick trip to Paris. And I learned a very important lesson: when in France, NEVER deviate from a diet of foie gras and chocolate croissants.
"But I'm in the culinary capital of the world!" you might say. "I should be adventurous." I promise you, it will backfire.
I should have learned this lesson years ago, when I was in Paris with my father. My dad made a reservation for us at a ...
... is July 14. Had lunch at a bar which Sun paid for! So unnecessary. Also take away chocolate cake since I ordered a set menu then decided I didn't want to eat dessert, get too full and get reflux. Took a while to walk along the champs élysées , got to the Louvre and then got the metro back to near our hostel and walked home. Finally had a chance to sit down and back up my ...
... short supply. All part of the travel experience. We then wandered through some great Parisienne laneways and then boarded the Metro for our trip home (to our hotel). We stopped at the supermarket on the way home to stock up for our in room picnic. We have decided that the French people are either very polite, or we are looking older than we realise. They are always giving up their seats for us. It is obviously the ...
... undoubtedly led to the French Revolution, you must explore the palace itself.
The entrance fee to the Palace also includes an audio guide which was very helpful in gaining a better understanding of the history of the Palace and letting us do a tour at our own pace. We spent a good three hours exploring the Palace before we moved out into the gardens where we had our picnic watching the swans and rowboats on the lake.
After lunch we decided to rent ...
An hours extra sleep was nice due to the end of summer time although it does mean days are shorter with sunset shortly after 5-30pm. Walked over the Seine to the Musee d'Orsay, originally built as a railway station in 1900. It houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by painters including Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cézanne, Seurat, Sisley, Gauguin and Van Gogh. My favourite painting ...
Other places to stay in Évry
3 Rue de la Mare Neuve, Évry | 3 star hotelfrom $101
52 Boulevard des Coquibus, Évry | 3 star hotelfrom $103
1 Avenue du lac, Évry | 2 star hotelfrom $68
8 rue Du Bois Chaland Lisses, Évry | 2 star hotelfrom $75
Avenue des Parcs , Évry | Hotelfrom $198