Hotel ibis Styles Paris Tolbiac Bibliotheque
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was a lovely clean fresh place with a great car park. The staff there were ever so kind. I managed it there as I speak a little bit of French. Disneyland was the best. The kids loved it there. The rides were fun and it was a nice sunny day. By the time we returned to the hotel our legs were aching.
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As we had visited so many museums which really weren't completely child friendly, Emily booked a 'Musèe Clues' which is a personalised tour of The Lourve for children. We met Emma (the guide) who from the start engaged the children with fun, humour and the thrill of a treasure hunt around the Musèe de Lourve. The kids had a ball and ...
... back and we got to go.
We went to the Louvre. It was full of famous paintings and statues.
We saw the most famous painting called Mona Lisa. We all so saw Winged Victory with no head and a real life mummy with knifes, masks and other things.
It was so boring. I got tired of walking.
We went to a church with gargoyles all over it. Then we walked ...
... with thousands of love locks on it. That was the start of another Rick Steves walking tour, this one of the Left Bank, the area of Paris frequented by many famous thinkers, writers, and artists in years past. We walked through a very vibrant area of cafés, restaurants, and shops of all kinds. An authentic old style Parisian cafe was a great place to stop for some refreshments. Smoking was prohibited in Paris restaurants in 2008. Now it seem ...
Today was our first free day. 9am we set off in the bus to the busy Paris center, fighting the crazy traffic. We got dropped off walking distance to everything.
First stop was the Louvre. The building is absolutely mind bogglingly big. It's just so old and so huge and so detailed it's incredible. I didn't actually go inside, I was just happy to look at the building.
I was walking around with Geoff and Riharn who are a couple. The put a lock on the ...
... Can Can! During the short ride the
guide, another Stephane, explained the history of the show and the arrangements
for the night. The actual space holds 850 – 900 for dinner. Our meal was
excellent – the ‘Mistinguett’ dinner with a half bottle of wine each – and the
entertainment was provided by a jazz style band of saxophone, flute, double
bass, keyboard and guitar, with a male and female singer. A ...