Hotel Ibis Styles Paris Roissy Cdg
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... was just near the Sorbonne which has been a University since the 13th century, although the main campus building is from the 19th century. Next to the Sorbonne is the College of France which was set up to teach French as the Sorbonne refused to use anything other than Latin. French became the official language to unite north and South France in 1536. We also saw the Shakespeare, the oldest English bookshop in Paris and this shop was a centre of the Resistance ...
What a great experience it was today! After a bit of a hiccup with the tickets for the 'hop on, hop off' bus we finally made our way around what could be called the main route for sight seers in Paris. It was absolutely history overload with our earphones plugged in to all the information offered by the tour guide. From The Louvre to Notre-Dame ...
... i.e.south and lower elevation) for 4 days just off the rue des Martyrs - a food lover's Mecca and decided to one day return for a longer stay. Everything produced by the butchers, bakers, cheese makers, fish mongers and cafe owners on this hillside are " to die for " which must be how it got the name Montmarte! Ardeth said that while there are lots of tourists (of course not like us ) it isn't a touristy area. There are no souvenir ...
... got to the room, you could see why he was worried. It is a very small place but very well thought out. The couch makes into the bed, and the kitchen did have a small window as well as one over the bed area. In the kitchen there was a two burner stove, sink, small refrigerator and a washer/dryer combo. More on that later! There was also water boiler and of course we had our coffee pot with us! The bathroom ...
My best intentions to eat more nutritious and less ‘empty’ food were quickly thwarted when I turned the corner to the breakfast buffet and my eyes zoomed in on the Nutella crepes from 20m away. Tomorrow. I will eat some fruit tomorrow.
Filled up on delicious cheeses, jams and crepes, we found our way to the Metro and followed the dark green line to the South side (that will make more sense if ...