Hotel ibis Styles Paris Tolbiac Bibliotheque
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Roommate/s: - Claire F Today we spent a good hour or so waiting (not too long, in context) to get into the Louvre, and got security checked (bags screened and everything) before managing to make it inside. Under group tickets, we managed to acquire audio tours on 3DS XLs before being allowed to explore the place. I managed to find the elusive Mona …
... each place had to be visited for posterity sake! I think for efficiency sake today I will just take a list approach. Lunch on Route --Falafels on Rue de Rosiers in the Jewish heart of Le Marais--delicious! Stop #1 -a 15 minute walk to Notre Dame Cathedral -beautiful and immense (and a more positive experience than the last big cathedral we tried to enter!).......and the skies opened when we were inside! Stop #2 -a 10 minute walk along ...
... ice cream & the Lords shared a piece of lemon merangue pie. I had my usual bite or two of Wayne's ice cream. While sitting there, I saw a tour car parked on the street with their phone number. We had been looking for a car to take us to all of the places we wanted to see so we will be able to call them in the morning. Back to the hotel and "good night to all". It has been a delightful day but I was too sleepy to even write in my ...
... we were standing in France. We jumped on another coach - this one being our permanent one for the rest of the tour - and started the drive to Paris. It was a long drive. I had intended in sleeping, but found that not to be possible as the drive was occupied with activities such as "Top Deck speed dating" where those of us in aisle seats would have two minutes to talk to the person beside us, and then move one seat in front to spend the next two ...
... the religious relics he purchased from the Byzantine emperor. These included the original crown of thorns, a piece of the true cross and a phial of Christ's blood. Not the sort of stuff you want to keep in a shoe box on top of the cupboard, so Louis spared no expense in building his own little reliquary. It's a stunning piece of Gothic architecture with beautiful vaulted ceilings painted deep blue and superb stained glass windows. And that's just the ground floor. The next ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel ibis Styles Paris Tolbiac Bibliotheque
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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