Hotel Acadie

Address: 24 rue Marcel Paul Centre, Tremblay-En-France, Île-de-France, 93290, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 rue Marcel Paul Centre, Tremblay-En-France, is near Michel Coudert.
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      Parlez vous anglais????

      A travel blog entry by breezyweezy on Jul 10, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... shopping from beginning to end. I bought a 4 day museum pass and the nice man told me how to get there by bus. Bus 85 it is! Once I was there, I thought, I think I'll walk around the Louvre and marvel at it's grandeur and see how the lines are. They are long up by the famous pyramid but if you go down to the mall (which I wanted to do anyway), and have a museum pass (no waiting to buy a ticket) you can get right in!!! I walked around ...

      Au Revoir!

      A travel blog entry by madintentions on May 17, 2014

      ... idea and we hung out on the riverside until it was time to hang out at the train station. We said goodbye and sorry to Aleks, keeping in mind that we would probably see him in Barcelona with the rest of the guys! It's days like today that we are reminded, yet again, that not everything goes as planned and sometimes you just have to roll with the punches. Have a crepe, but don't give a ****. See what I did there? BONTOBLOGGING: Barcelona ...

      The Recovery from an Early Morning mini-stroke

      A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Louvre made it the most obvious choice, we we made the short walk over to the famous museum.

      The Louvre is an immense building. The sheer scale of it doesn't sink in until you are at the Pyramid entrance, taking in the panoramic view of the entire complex. Built in the shape of a U, two supplementary wings branch of from the central building, forming a sprawling network of galleries. THANKFULLY, we both had agreed that we would skip the Louvre and ...

      Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend...

      A travel blog entry by sue2013 on Oct 11, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... in Jacks lady-like description, were taken 'up the Parson's Nose'. We also had a bit of excitement when we were standing on the bridge opposite the tower when all the illegal souvenir sellers walking round suddenly took off past us running at the speed of sound and we then saw two policemen on bicycles pedalling for all they were worth past us to try and round up the sellers. It was rather like the Keystone Kops and we merrily yelled "Yay, go get ...

      Historic Paris.

      A travel blog entry by erinkats on Aug 26, 2013

      9 photos

      ... lined with cafes, bars, and restaurants. The bookstore where Ernest Hemingway traded in books to read is still in business selling used literary classics. I'm reading A Wife in Paris, about Hemingway's first wife, so seeing this brought the story to life. We continued the tour past some government buildings and bridges. We didn't enter any of the other sights, but enjoyed the stroll through Paris. Having finished ...