Hotel Ibis Styles Paris Roissy Cdg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today started out a little more eventful than we would have liked. We had a dream run to the airport which may not sound like something to get excited about but Istanbul that is gold. On arrival at baggage check in I sensed there was an issue with our booking when looking a the girls furrowed brow and her trying to make phone calls. You guessed it Gary was flying to Paris I however was on standby! WTH or words to that effect were coming to mind however I ...
... Michel to watch the soccer World Cup final (great game with Germany beating Argentina in extra time 1-0). The next day was Bastille Day which is the name given in English-speaking countries to the French National Day, which is celebrated on 14 July each year. In France, it is formally called La Fête nationale and was also the day our luck in Paris finally turned around and I started to fall in love with the beautiful city. The sun was shining as James and I walked ...
... shopping strip of Paris - Gucci, Prada, Coco Chanel etc. onto the champes élysées where we eventually stopped for pizza and salad for tea. Several crazy Algerians were driving up and down the street with their flags flying, beeping their horns for the soccer World Cup. The funny thing is they didn't even win their recent game but apparently they played very well - go figure. World Cup is huge over here. We then caught a cab back home, very ...
... to work out if the iPod was a boy .. or a girl. Six months! After their intense deliberations (for six months!) they decided the iPod was a boy. French people think it is because the iPod is easy to turn on.
After the walking tour, in which we saw where the guillotine was used, the Louvre, a few bridges and important buildings and a view of the Eiffel Tower we trekked on our own all the way up the Champs Elysees to see the Arc ...
This is my third trip to Paris and I was looking forward to
it. For one thing, it’s a city I know
and already have my bearings. This makes
it so much easier to navigate and much less intimidating even though Paris is
probably as huge as Los Angeles. For
those of you who are wondering, the trip under the English Channel takes 22
minutes. It’s dark, and then you’re in
Lille, France. Comfy seats, great ...